Found October 12, 2013 on Fox Sports:
Terry Baggett set a school record for Army in grand fashion, rushing for 304 yards and four touchdowns as the Black Knights pasted Eastern Michigan, 50-25. The junior from Chicago had rushed for a total of 191 yards in his first two seasons. He had picked up the pace this year, entering the game with 440 yards in Army's first six games. Against Eastern, he flat out erupted, handling the ball 18 times, including scoring runs of 4, 67, 34 and 96 yards. Overall, Army ground out 551 yards rushing against the Hurons. The school record Baggett broke was held by Michael Wallace, who rushed for 269 yards against Louisville in 1999.

Baggett carries Army past E. Michigan 50-25

Terry Baggett ran for four touchdowns - including a 96-yard score - and a school record 304 yards, the highest mark in Division I this season, as Army came back to beat Eastern Michigan 50-25 for the fifth time in six games on Saturday. Baggett's performance broke Michael Wallace's mark of 269 yards set in 1999 and marked the first 300-yard rushing performance for Army,...

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