Military Bowl

Reynolds excited about return to Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium

Reynolds excited about return to Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium

Keenan Reynolds will never forget his final game at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.

Reynolds wrapped up his spectacular career as a four-year starting quarterback for Navy by leading a 44-28 rout of Pittsburgh in the Military Bowl on Dec. 28, 2015. He scored three rushing touchdowns that day, increasing his career total to 88 and breaking a tie with Louisiana Tech running back Kenneth Dixon, a Ravens teammate now, for the NCAA all-time record.

He also notched his only collegiate reception in that game, providing a foreboding of his NFL future. It was a trick play with Reynolds pitching to fullback Shawn White then sneaking out of the backfield. White lofted a pass...

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