ATLANTA, GA – JANUARY 01: McKenzie Milton #10 of the UCF Knights looks to pass in the second half against the Auburn Tigers during the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on January 1, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)UCF quarterback McKenzie Milton continues to recover from the brutal leg injury he suffered in the regular season finale against USF. He underwent another surgery on Friday.Tonight, Milton’s mother Teresa provided an update on his progress. He was released earlier today.“Meet the dream team. Less five other attending ‘s. KZ will be realeaaed today 100% success! Now for the recovery work. We had Gods healing And amazing surgeons . Please keep prayers coming!” she tweeted.Meet the dream team. Less five other attending ‘s. KZ will be realeaaed today 100% success! Now for the recovery work. We had Gods healing And amazing surgeons . Please keep prayers coming ! pic.twitter.com/x99vWIBie9— TeresaMilton (@milton6teresa) January 27, 2019Given how serious Milton’s injury was, there’s a good chance he won’t be able to play next season. UCF seems prepared for that possibility.The Knights landed Notre Dame grad transfer quarterback Brandon Wimbush. Wimbush will compete with Darriel Mack Jr. for the starting job in 2019.Mack played in nine games, making two starts in place of Milton as a redshirt freshman in 2018.In the meantime, Milton will continue to recover. The most important thing is he gets his health back, regardless of when he can return to the gridiron.
TORONTO — Falling energy shares weren’t enough to drag Canada’s main stock market into the red, as BlackBerry Ltd. and Bombardier Inc. provided some of the lift.The Toronto Stock Exchange’s S&P/TSX composite index was up 8.59 points to 15,618.25.“Overall, it’s a flat day for the TSX,” said Michael Currie, vice-president of TD Wealth Private Investment Advice. “But I think we’re seeing a bit of a reversal and a little bit of profit taking in some places.”The information technology subsector was a top performer, anchored by a nearly 13 per cent increase for BlackBerry stock (TSX:BB) after it reported record software and services revenue on Thursday. Shares were up $1.47 to $13.00 at the close of markets.A bright spot for industrials was Bombardier (TSX:BBD.B). Its shared closed up 11 cents, or 5.24 per cent, to $2.21 — a reversal from the day before when they fell 7.49 per cent after investors weighed the prospect of a 220 per cent duty on U.S. sales of its flagship CSeries passenger jets and the European merger of its railway rivals Siemens and Alstom.Meanwhile, oil and gas companies fell 0.84 per cent on the commodity-heavy TSX as oil prices tumbled.The November crude contract gave back 58 cents to US$51.56 per barrel.South of the border, it was a positive day on Wall Street despite meagre movements.The Dow Jones industrial average climbed 40.49 points to 22,381.20 and the Nasdaq composite index inched up 0.19 of a point to 6,453.45.The S&P 500 index added 3.02 points to 2,510.06, hitting a record high. September is historically the weakest month of the year for stocks, but the S&P 500 has risen 1.6 per cent this month.In currency markets, the Canadian dollar was trading at an average price of 80.32 cents US, down 0.25 of a cent.Elsewhere in commodities, the December gold contract was up 90 cents to US$1,288.70 an ounce.The November natural gas contract gave back four cents at US$3.02 per mmBTU and the December copper contract added five cents to US$2.98 a pound.Follow @DaveHTO on Twitter.