Keenan Reynolds named AAC Offensive Player of the Year

Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds is the most prolific scorer in the history of college football. Earlier this season, he set the career-record for most rushing touchdowns and next week against Army, he has the chance to break the record for most total touchdowns in a career as well.

He nearly led the Midshipmen to the AAC West championship this year. Because of that, he has been named the AAC Offensive Player of the Year, according to the conference’s official website.

Reynolds has rushed for 1,093 yards and a league-high 19 touchdowns this year. He doesn’t throw much, but he also threw six touchdowns and just one interception in 84 attempts.

Temple linebacker Tyler Matakevich was also named the AAC Defensive Player of the Year. Houston head coach Tom Herman and Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo were named Co-Coaches of the Year as well.

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