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Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

If Nick Fitzgerald's sideline demeanor after that gruesome ankle injury is any indication, he should handle the recovery process well. Mississippi State QB is as tough as they come at the position. He had successful surgery this morning and is expected to be ready to get back on the field in time for next season.

Erin Snyder ESPN 

Undefeated UCF has arrived for the "War on I-4" vs South Florida coming up at 3:30 ET on ABC!

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Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Pitt leads Miami 10-7 at the half, led by true freshman quarterback Kenny Pickett, who threw for 116 yards and had one rushing touchdown in the first half. Miami's offense struggled to get going early, only gaining 26 yards on its first three drives. The Hurricanes eventually put together an 80-yard drive, adding a touchdown, but still find themselves down after two quarters.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami's defense has forced two turnovers against Pitt. The Hurricanes are now tied with Central Michigan for the most forced turnovers for any FBS team with 29.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami has trailed after the first quarter in five games this season, including this game against Pitt.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Pitt, in its game against Miami, started a true freshman at quarterback in Kenney Pickett for the first time since Pat Bostick started in 2007.

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Even after that gruesome ankle injury, Mississippi State QB Nick Fitzgerald remains with his teammates, taking the field coming out of halftime to a loud ovation from the crowd. He tweeted this message: "I'll be back stronger and better than ever! I love all my Hailstate fam and all I want right now is for all of y'all to ring your bells as loud as you can and support this team to a huge egg bowl win! #HaiIState"

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

When the Iron Bowl and Thanksgiving are two days apart, you have turkey at a tailgate. About 50 people expected for this holiday setup on campus. No. 6 Auburn hosts No. 1 Alabama on Saturday.