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Keenan Reynolds re-adds career touchdowns record to his list in Navy's bowl win

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One of the most decorated players in football history ended his college career with consecutive bowl win No. 3.

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Navy tore up Pitt at home in the Military Bowl, 44-28, to finish with 11 wins for the first time ever.

Your key takeaway is that outgoing senior Midshipmen quarterback Keenan Reynolds took back the FBS career scrimmage touchdowns record while generally adding more numbers to his ludicrous pile.

Reynolds took the touchdowns mark earlier in the season, then lost it to Louisiana Tech's Kenneth Dixon after the New Orleans Bowl and needed three scores to finish with a record 88. He did so, also finishing eight points ahead of Dixon at No. 1 on the all-time scrimmage scoring list (530 points) thanks to a two-point conversion in an earlier game.

But wait, there's more!

His final line for the game: 9 of 17 for 126 passing yards, one touchdown and no interceptions; 24 rushes for 144 yards and three touchdowns; and one catch for 47 yards.

You can add all that to his already lengthy list of records and achievements.

From Navy's bowl media guide, this is what that list looked like entering the day (which means many of these things are even better now, and I apologize for not going through and updating each of them for you, but times are tough):