​UCF football has been one of the most dominant programs across all divisions of college football in the last few seasons.​ The Knights have rattled off 23 straight wins and have solidified themselves as the cream of the Group of Five crop. At the heart of that is their Heisman caliber quarterback ​McKenzie Milton. In their much-anticipated rivalry game against AAC foe USF, Milton suffered a severe right leg injury and was carted to the locker room.

While no official diagnosis has been given yet, that was easily one of the most gruesome injuries that college football has seen this season. 


For a team that prided themselves on being unflappable in the face of adversity, the Knights are clearly shaken by their leader's injury.

​​Milton picked up right where he left off last season with another brilliant campaign. He has thrown for 2,577 yards, 24 touchdowns and just five picks. 


Here's hoping that Milton can bounce back from that injury and get back to his Heisman-caliber form. The game is better when he's at his best. Some things are bigger than football.