SJ - September 5, 2021
Florida State quarterback McKenzie Milton made his return to action in the 4th quarter of Sunday night's game against Notre Dame. It was the former UCF star's first action in almost three years.
Milton suffered a devastating knee injury back in 2018 that almost cost him his right leg. All he did in his return was lead two scoring drives to tie the game at 38 and force overtime.
After a catastrophic leg injury in 2018, McKenzie Milton's doctors hoped to avoid amputation and give him hope to one day walk again.
Today, Milton led a crucial TD drive in his very first series at QB for FSU. pic.twitter.com/tf2RQCb6RZ
— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) September 6, 2021
— ACC Football (@ACCFootball) September 6, 2021
What a cool moment for Milton, his family and Florida State. The Seminoles were close to pulling off an unreal miracle.
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