Navy holds on to beat Army again
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — With a shot at history at stake, Keenan Reynolds ended his Navy career with a clean sweep against Army.
Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo just might go out the same way.
Reynolds rushed for two touchdowns and threw for another score to lead the No. 21 Midshipmen to their 14th straight win over the Black Knights, 21-17 on Saturday at Lincoln Financial Field.
The Midshipmen (10-2) can hook an anchor to the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy. It’s coming back to Annapolis, Maryland, after a one-year hiatus.
Reynolds’ second rushing TD was his 85th career score, the most for any FBS or FCS Division I player. He is the first quarterback over the 116-game series to go 4-0.
Niumatalolo improved to 8-0 against the Black Knights (2-10) two days before he is set to visit BYU to talk about the program’s coaching vacancy.
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