Ravens Draft Navy QB Keenan Reynolds, Would’ve Been Fit On Patriots

The Baltimore Ravens selected Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds with the 182nd overall pick (sixth round) in the 2016 NFL Draft on Saturday. The New England Patriots reportedly were interested in him during the weeks leading up to the draft. Reynolds is very athletic as a dual-threat quarterback. He totaled 4,559 rushing yards and 88 rushing touchdowns, in addition to 4,001 passing...
April 30, 2016  |  Discuss

Keenan Reynolds impresses at Navy pro day

Former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds is likely going to have a spot with some team in the NFL. However, he likely won’t be entering the league as a quarterback, but rather a running back or wide receiver. Reynolds had his Pro Day along with seven other Midshipmen on Saturday and it looked like a lot of the 18 NFL Draft scouts were impressed. He had a pretty good showing in...
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March 19, 2016  |  Discuss

It's Time To Appreciate Keenan Reynolds

Keenan Reynolds' 2015 season at Navy was the finale of one of the most prolific careers of any player in college football history. In four years, Reynolds scored a Division I record 88 total touchdowns and amassed 4,559 rushing yards, more than any quarterback in history. He led the Midshipmen to an 11-2 record in 2015 and finished fifth in the Heisman Trophy voting. Since his freshman...
Via The Sports Quotient
March 14, 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

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's Derrick...
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

Five college football underdogs to watch in Week 6

Last week, the SEC was our only friend, as we went 2-1 in calling SEC upsets. We’ll try to toe that same line of mediocrity this week. 5. Navy over Notre Dame I don’t know that we know how good Navy really is, because we’ve been focused on other things. Keenan Reynolds is obviously special, but running back Chris Swain is averaging almost as many yards per carry. You look...
Via The Student Section
October 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Reynolds carries Navy past MTSU to capture Armed Forces Bowl

Keenan Reynolds ran for two more touchdowns and Navy won for only the second time its last seven bowl games, beating Middle Tennessee State 24-6 in the Armed Forces Bowl on Monday. Reynolds had a 3-yard score to cap the opening drive for Navy (9-4), and added a 1-yarder in the fourth quarter. Already with the NCAA record for touchdowns rushing by a quarterback, Reynolds upped his...
Via Associated Press
December 30, 2013  |  Discuss

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