Navy offense vs. Middle Tennessee defense: Having broken the Football Bowl Subdivision record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in a season, sophomore Keenan Reynolds will be looking to add to his total of 29. The Blue Raiders might not be familiar with the Midshipmen and their triple-option offense that ranks second in the nation in rushing (322 yards a game), but they have played against Georgia Tech three times in the past four years. Middle Tennessee State coach Rick Stockstill also is aware of Reynolds, having recruited him briefly, and said recently that he respects his ability as a passer. Reynolds' strength might be scoring touchdowns, but he also doesn't turn the ball over frequently. Reynolds has just two fumbles in 280 carries (1,260 yards) and two interceptions in 121 passes this season. His ability to make plays opens a lot of space for Navy's deep pool of talent at slotback and fullback, including senior slotbacks Darius Staten (36 carries for 375 yards and 3 TDs) and Marcus Thomas (26 for 266 yards), as well as junior fullback Quinton Singleton (58 for 334 yards and 2 TDs). The Blue Raiders are below-average against the run, giving up over 185 yards per game (85th in the country).