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McKenzie Milton joins Knight quarterback meetings via FaceTime





  • ORLANDO SENTINEL VIA ASSOCIATED PRESS

    McKenzie Milton quarterback Central Florida after the game against Navy on November 10.

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ORLANDO, Fla. >> UCF HQ, McKenzie Milton, injured, helps the Knights prepare for the US Track and Field Championship game against Memphis.

Milton suffered a serious leg injury during the first half of UCF's victory over the USF on Friday and was treated for nerve damage and a dislocated knee at the General Hospital from Tampa.

The hospital stay and the strenuous recovery process have not prevented Milton from staying in close contact with his teammates, whom he calls his brothers.

"I have not experienced anything like this," said UCF Quartermaster Jeff Lebby today about Milton 's commitment to the sport. help the team prepare to beat Memphis. "He called at the first hour this morning. At 6:30 we have FaceTimed. We talked about practice the day before. We talked for a few minutes. He had several things to do this morning, so he could not be on FaceTime, but it will be at 16:30 this afternoon.

"To love, he'll obviously be part of the band, it's going to be forever, it's good for him, I think, to stay tuned.

UCF has been ranked # 8 in the last standings at the university football playoffs and leads the nation's longest winning streak, which spans 24 games. This is the second time in a row that the Knights are facing the Tigers in the CAA title game.

Darriel Mack Jr., who has close ties with Milton, took over the management of the crime. Mack, like the rest of the Knights, said he was determined to win the championship for Milton.


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