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Topic - Ricky Dobbs
Reynolds can also put his name in the NCAA record book — again. He has 26 rushing touchdowns, one short of the single-season mark for a quarterback, shared by former Navy quarterback Ricky Dobbs and former Kansas State standout Collin Klein (2011).
Keenan Reynolds visited a few Navy spring practices earlier this year, an early glimpse of what was soon to come.
It wasn't too long ago Navy fans got to know a quarterback from Georgia.
With so many new starters, there were bound to be some nerves displayed in Navy's football season opener.
It didn't matter if a dislocated elbow cost him nearly his entire senior season in high school.
Perhaps the most recognizable Navy football player of the past decade was right at home last week, moving quickly around the Midshipmens practice fields.
The Midshipmen had already lost the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy. They weren't about to lose to Army, too.
Upon arriving at the Naval Academy, the Midshipmen are immediately instructed how to make their way through Bancroft Hall, the largest dormitory in the world.
Kenny Tate stopped Ricky Dobbs at the goal line with 34 seconds left, and Maryland stunned in-state rival Navy 17-14 on Monday to break a seven-game losing streak that began last October.
If Maryland is to launch its comeback season with an uplifting victory, the Terrapins have no option but to stop Navy's multifaceted running game.
Gone are the days when Navy's definition of a successful season was a victory over Army.
The two brightest stars for Navy in yesterday's intrasquad scrimmage might not see the field during the regular season, but they did provide a glimpse of future promise for the Midshipmen.
If Dobbs can stay healthy, there's no telling how deceptive and prolific the option will be this season.
"This is my last football season here at Navy, so that definitely puts a whole lot of things into perspective," he said. "You kind of take it for granted until it's your last one and you know you're almost done. That's when things start coming into focus and you start paying attention to all the little details."