The memories are mostly a blur for Central Florida sophomore quarterback McKenzie Milton.
It has been a little over a year since Milton, playing in his first college game and making his first start, drove the Maryland defense crazy for more than four quarters at Bright House Networks Stadium in Orlando, Fla., before making a play that ultimately cost the Knights dearly.
After reaching the Terps’ 2-yard line in the second overtime period, Milton’s lateral pass was ruled a fumble and recovered by Maryland defensive tackle Kingsley Opara. Two plays later, then-freshman quarterback Tyrrell Pigrome ran for a 24-yard touchdown in a 30-24 victory.
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