As if he needed any more records to prove his place in NCAA history, Keenan Reynolds added a couple more to his illustrious resume in the first half of Saturday's Army Navy game in Philadelphia.
After going untouched on a 58 yard touchdown run early in the first quarter, Keenan Reynolds moved past Montee Ball and Kenneth Dixon into sole possession of first place in FBS history for touchdowns scored with 84 for his career.
That TD run also moved him into third place in FBS history for career rushing yards for a quarterback, passing Brad Smith of Missouri and Jordan Lynch of Northern Illinois in the process.
On the first drive of the second quarter, Reynolds used a great 35 yard scamper on a broken play to set himself up for a one yard touchdown, giving him 85 in his career and moving him into first place all-time in NCAA Division 1 history (FCS included) for rushing touchdowns.
That touchdown also gave him arguably the most important record of his career. It was the 7th rushing touchdown of his career in Army Navy games, moving him past Craig Candeto of Navy and Doc Blanchard of Army for first all-time in the historic series.