College Football Bowl Game Capsules

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Updated: December 30, 2013

Fort Worth, TX (SportsNetwork.com) – Record-setting quarterback Keenan
Reynolds ran for two more touchdowns Monday to help Navy beat Middle Tennessee
24-6 in the Armed Forces Bowl. The score could have been even more lopsided if
not for Reynolds fumbling twice deep in Middle Tennessee territory. Reynolds
paced Navy’s option offense with 86 yards on 20 carries and finished the
season with 31 rushing touchdowns, the most in a single season by a
quarterback in NCAA history. DeBrandon Sanders also ran for a touchdown as the
Midshipmen (9-4) closed out the campaign on a five-game winning streak. Logan
Kilgore totaled 218 yards on 19-of-33 passing, but threw two fourth-quarter
interceptions to foil Middle Tennessee’s comeback bid. The Blue Raiders (8-5)
had won five games in a row heading into the bowl game, during which they
averaged 42.6 points.