People, last night, Navy defeated San Jose State58-52, in triple overtime at Spartan Stadium. If you are all giving a collective shrug right about now, we haven't even gotten to the best part. His name is Keenan Reynolds and he's the quarterback for the Midshipmen. Yesterday, Reynolds ran the ball 36 times for 240 yards and...wait for it...seven rushing touchdowns. Seven rushing touchdowns! And yes, if you're wondering, that is an NCAA record.

While everyone focuses on the rushing quarterback skills of, say Johnny Manziel, Reynolds is quietly putting together an incredible season, becoming the ninth quarterback in NCAA history to score as many as 20 rushing touchdowns. And, with 26 total on the year so far, he is only one shy of tying the NCAA mark.

Maybe some NFL scouts should take a long, hard look at this kid, if they aren't already. 

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[via San Jose Mercury News]