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Topic - Darius Staten
Reynolds rushed for 240 yards on 36 carries and became the fourth quarterback in Navy history to throw for more than 1,000 yards and pass for more than 1,000 yards in the same season, and the ninth quarterback in NCAA history to score as many as 20 rushing touchdowns. He has 26 on the year, one shy of tying the NCAA mark.
Darius Staten made his last home appearance a memorable one with a career-high 127 yards on seven carries with a touchdown to lead the Midshipmen to a 42-14 victory over South Alabama on Saturday night.
The Midshipmen had as many turnovers as they had in their three other games — combined. They kept drawing penalty flags but their offense couldn't get anything going in the second half.
It wasn't too long ago Navy fans got to know a quarterback from Georgia.
"It's amazing," Staten said. "It's pretty much an unbelievable feeling. It shows how much the underclassmen really care about us. They gave it everything they had for us to win the game today."
"Last week in the game, he was like 'Guys, just give me some time to make something happen,' and that's exactly what he did."