When one thinks about the great scoring juggernauts of this generation, the United States Naval Academy does not usually come to mind. However, Keenan Reynolds is no ordinary member of the Navy and is certainly no ordinary college football player.
Playing in the Army-Navy Game for the fourth time in his exceptional college football career, Reynolds had been snubbed from the Heisman trophy conversation despite setting a new FBS record for rushing TDs. He was just shy of tying the all-time record held by Terrance West and Adrian Peterson from the entire Division I of college football.
Well, he finally tied the record in the first quarter against the Army Black Knights on this incredible touchdown run to give Navy an early 7-3 lead.
Reynolds has led Navy to an almost unprecedented run of football excellence over his four years and it will be a shame to see him leave football – but it will be an honor to have him keep the world safe as a member of the military.
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