*** Official McKenzie Milton thread ***

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Re: *** Official McKenzie Milton thread ***

#61 Post by Mr.EDGE808 » Sun Sep 23, 2018 4:59 pm

:o Boy he looked good on Friday against Lane Kiffen's Florida Atlantic team....I see him playing somewhere in the pros.... \:D/
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Re: *** Official McKenzie Milton thread ***

#62 Post by shrek2 » Sun Sep 30, 2018 10:30 am

Pat Narduzzi, coach of Pittsburgh, votes Milton for Heisman.
“The quarterback is an amazing football player. He’s got my vote for the Heisman,” Narduzzi added. “I don’t know how many times we had him back there and he scrambled out and made plays. It’s hard to win football games if you can’t get off the field on third down.”
From the following article.
https://www.foxsports.com/florida/story ... cap-092918

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Re: *** Official McKenzie Milton thread ***

#63 Post by cabanalane » Wed Nov 28, 2018 4:27 pm

Any thoughts on his injury? You seen it, I don't have to link it. I have not seen anything worst on TV. It may rank 2nd to Joe Theismann in terms of seeing it. But may be worst because it's the soft parts.

I feel sorry for him. Not sure if he can come back from an injury like that. I suppose they could grant him a medical redshirt. Didn't someone at UH got something like that? I think it was Junior Lopati. He was a 6 year Senior.

For us old guys, IIRC, Junior Lopati was fast, strong, and awesome. He was strong like a Poly player and runs fast like mainland players. He hurt one knee. And again, and again, cause it probably never fully healed. They put a knee brace on him. In practice, the brace busted and cut up his other knee. So then both knees were bad. He came back and had a full Senior year. By stats, he was back. Hard work, rehab, determination. But the style he ran was totally different. No longer the same player.

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