Naval Academy and future military officer Keenan Reynolds has something that no other military academy football player has done, or even come close to matching.

By Patrick Comia

In the annual Army-Navy game held at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA, the senior quarterback has moved past the former Georgia Southern and current Minnesota Viking running back Adrian “All Day” Peterson for the most rushing touchdowns in NCAA history.

A career that started in 2012, Reynolds has been one of the best, if not the best, the United States Military Academy has seen since the great Roger Staubach had laced them up for the Midshipman from 1962 to 1964.

Now, Reynolds is on the verge of doing something that even Staubach had not done, have the most rushing TD’s in college history.

Here is the future Naval officer’s 84th touchdown tying him with two others, along with Peterson for the rushing record:

This was Reynolds’ second of the game and record breaking touchdown that gave him the most in Division I football:

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