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Navy Secures First Win Versus Top 15 Opponent Since 1984


Keenan Reynolds will have to wait for another shot a setting the major-college football record for career rushing touchdowns, but Navy’s quarterback hardly minded. The senior co-captain was too busy celebrating with his teammates in the wake of Saturday night’s 45-20 win against Memphis, ranked 13th in the College Football Playoff poll, to care.In fact, Coach Ken Niumatalolo tried to give Reynolds, playing his first college game in his home state, a chance to set the record late in a game that was all but decided. But Reynolds checked out of a quarterback sneak after seeing nine defenders crowding the line of scrimmage, instead pitching to slotback Demond Brown for a one-yard touchdown to cap the scoring.

“We were trying to give the ball to Keenan there at the end, get him the record at home, or I was trying to,” Niumatalolo said of his quarterback, a native of Antioch, Tenn., outside Nashville. “Let the kid get this record at home. He’s got so many family [members] and friends in his home state, but he got us into a better play. That just shows you the type of kid he is, the leader he is. It was just about the ‘W.’ It wasn’t about the record.”

In front of an announced crowd of 55,212 at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, fullback Chris Swain ran for 108 yards and three touchdowns on 18 carries, as Navy amassed 374 rushing yards and the defense forced three turnovers to end the Tigers’ 15-game winning streak and their hopes of securing a berth in the playoff.

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