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Navy to helicopter Keenan Reynolds to NYC for Heisman Ceremony if invited


Right now, it is unclear if Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds will be invited to New York City for the Heisman Trophy ceremony. He is one of the greatest scorers to ever step foot on the field in college football history.

He has been crushing the Heisman fan vote so far, so there is a good chance he could be getting an invite. The only problem is that Navy plays Army next Saturday in Philadelphia, just hours before the ceremony.

The Midshipmen have a pretty awesome idea about what they will do to get him there. According to Yahoo Sports, the team will helicopter him to New York if he is invited.

If Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds gets invited to the Heisman Trophy ceremony on Dec. 12, he will fly on a helicopter from the Army-Navy game in Philadelphia to New York for the show. Navy, where details are pretty important, already has everything planned out to the minute. Two helicopters would take a party of nine people, including Reynolds and his family, for about a 30-minute flight to New York, where a landing pad is 1.3 miles from the site of the ceremony. A car would be waiting to quickly take him to the ESPN show.

The Army/Navy game is scheduled to kick off at 3 p.m. EST with the ceremony taking place at 7 p.m. EST. The team would be close on time, but it would certainly be a way to make an entrance, even if he doesn’t win the award.

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