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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Jacqueline Reynolds
Navy's sophomore quarterback Keenan Reynolds is prepared to take on the pressures of being a full-time starter this season. His coach has full belief in him and the Midshipmen to improve from last year's 8-5 record.
"I'm extremely grateful," Reynolds said. "I feel like when you win games, all of the extra stuff comes on its own. No. 1 priority is winning games."
"If outside influences come in, it really doesn't matter," Reynolds said. "It's all about what the coach's expectations of me, and my teammates' expectations of me, on the field are. So I try to meet those and just worry about the rest when it comes."