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Mark Aumann | NCAA.com | December 28, 2015

Navy's Reynolds breaks FBS TD record

  Navy QB Keenan Reynolds scores a first-quarter touchdown against Pitt in Monday's Military Bowl.

With a nine-yard quarterback draw in the fourth quarter of Monday's 44-28 Military Bowl victory over Pitt, Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds broke the NCAA's Football Bowl Subdividion record for career touchdowns with 88. It was Reynolds' third rushing touchdown of the contest.

The career TD mark is only the latest in a string of accolades earned by Reynolds. Earlier in the game, he set the record for most career rushing yards for a quarterback, surpassing Denard Robinson in the process. He finished with 4,559 yards.

In the bowl game victory, Reynolds showed why he was a serious contender for the Heisman Trophy. Not only did he set two records on the day, but he led the Midshipmen in passing, rushing and receiving. In addition to 24 carries for 144 yards and completing 9 of 17 passes for 126 yards, Reynolds also caught a 47-yard option pass.

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