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KEENAN REYNOLDS RUMORS

NFL scout believes Keenan Reynolds will be a WR

Former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds will forever be known as the most prolific scorer in NCAA history. The only thing is that he won’t be playing quarterback at the next level. He accepted an invitation to the East-West Shrine Game, but did not play on Saturday while dealing with some back tightness. He was listed as a running back for the game, but one NFL scout believes Reynolds...
Via Campus Sports Net
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Navy's Reynolds switches from QB to RB for East-West game

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) Keenan Reynolds has learned to adapt to a lot of different situations while playing football at Navy, so he hardly lacks confidence he can handle his latest challenge. The dual-threat quarterback broke the NCAA Division I record for career rushing touchdowns while leading the Midshipmen the past four seasons but is making the transition this week to running...
Via Associated Press
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Navy’s Keenan Reynolds to attend President Obama’s last State of the Union

Navy star quarterback Keenan Reynolds will be attending President Obama’s last State of the Union address Tuesday. Reynolds, a Tennessee resident, will be attending as a guest of Democratic Congressman Jim Cooper of Tennessee, according to the Navy football program. Reynolds just wrapped up a career as good as any in Navy’s history, setting numerous records in the process. He...
Via Campus Sports Net
January 11, 2016  |  Discuss

Keenan Reynolds and Navy go out on top

It is so easy to emphasize the negative in life, and this could have been the case for Keenan Reynolds and Navy heading into the Military Bowl on Monday afternoon against Pittsburgh. Navy did not win the American Athletic Conference’s West Division. It did not get to play in the first AAC Championship Game. It did not get a chance to play in the Peach or Fiesta Bowl. Navy’s Keenan...
Via The Student Section
December 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Navy's Keenan Reynolds has record-setting day in Military Bowl win

When all is said and done, Keenan Reynolds may go down as not just the greatest quarterback in the history of the Naval Academy … but also the best player to ever suit up for the Midshipmen. Reynolds finished their 2015 season in convincing fashion, defeating Pittsburgh in the Military Bowl (played on the Annapolis, Maryland campus of the academy) as Reynolds set two NCAA records...
Via Gamedayr
December 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Keenan Reynolds breaks two FBS records during Military Bowl win

It’s no secret that Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds has been one of the best quarterbacks in the country the last three years. This year, he has been right in the top of the FBS record books for multiple records and during the Midshipmen’s historical bowl win, he forever etched his name in football glory. During the second quarter of the team’s 44-28 win over the Pittsburgh...
Via Campus Sports Net
December 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Keenan Reynolds accepts invitation to East/West Shrine Game

Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds is one of the most exciting players in the country and he has had a phenomenal career with the Midshipmen. Just last week against Army, he rushed for two touchdowns, which gave him the career record for most all-time total touchdowns with 85. He also finished fifth in this year’s Heisman Trophy voting, so it was pretty clear that he was going to...
Via Campus Sports Net
December 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Roger Staubach voted Navy QB Keenan Reynolds first for Heisman Trophy

    Roger Staubach has a little bit of homerism in him. The former Navy quarterback who won the Heisman Trophy in 1963 says he voted for the current Navy QB for the 2015 Heisman Trophy. The Associated Press’ Dan Gelston found out about Staubach’s ballot: Just shared an elevator ride w/ Roger Staubauch. He cast his Heisman vote for Navy's Keenan Reynolds. He voted Alabama...
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Keenan Reynolds Fan Vote Controversy Underscores Media’s Role in Dictating How We Watch Sports

ESPN created an unnecessary controversy for itself this week when Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds’s name was removed from the Heisman House voting site, where fans are given the opportunity to submit one cumulative vote for the 2015 Heisman Trophy. Considering Reynolds was leading the vote at the time, it was a bit baffling. After Navy Athletics drew attention to the removal...
Via Awful Announcing
December 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Why was Keenan Reynolds removed from Heisman Trophy fan ballot?

Keenan Reynolds isn’t receiving much mainstream consideration for the Heisman Trophy because the Navy quarterback doesn’t attend a power-conference school and his team isn’t undefeated. That hasn’t stopped college football fans from voting for the senior, but the overwhelming voting support apparently led site organizers to remove Reynolds—who was (and as of this writing...
Via Sportsnaut
December 02, 2015  |  Discuss
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