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COL FB: Navy 34, Army 7

Dec. 14, 2013 at 7:06 PM

PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 14 (UPI) -- Quarterback Keenan Reynolds ran for three touchdowns Saturday, setting an NCAA record in Navy's 12th straight win over Army, 34-7.

Reynolds' three scores gave him 29 for the season, setting the collegiate mark for most rushing touchdowns by a signal-caller in a single season. He broke the old record of 27 held by Navy's Ricky Dobbs (2009) and Kansas State's Collin Klein (2011).

Reynolds finished with 136 rushing yards, including a 47-yard TD run in snowy conditions at Philadelphia, as the Midshipmen (8-4) warmed up for the Armed Services Bowl with a fourth straight win overall.

The Black Knights (3-9), meanwhile, ended the season with a fifth straight loss.

Quarterback Angel Santiago got Army's only TD on a 4-yard scoring run.

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