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2015 Schedule
11-2, 1st in American Athletic - West
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Newton isn't just a college star

Cam Newton joins Jim Plunkett and Roger Staubach as the only Heisman-winning QBs to start in the Super Bowl -- both Plunkett and Staubach won their first starts on the big stage.

Cadets take a crack at Midshipmen

What's a rivalry without a little trash talk? Army-Navy may be an esteemed contest with an extensive history, but that doesn't stop the fan bases from taking jabs at each other. Best GameDay signs

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Low: 2015 All-bowl team

From the starmaking turn of Clemson QB Deshaun Watson to the dominant return of Arizona LB Scooby Wright III, it was a bowl season full of incredible performances.

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College football's biggest TD machine?

Keenan Reynolds scored his 88th career touchdown in Navy's victory over Pittsburgh in the Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman. He broke a tie with Louisiana Tech's Kenneth Dixon for most TDs in FBS history. Best and worst of bowl season

Midshipmen rise in final Power Rankings

QB Keenan Reynolds capped his outstanding career with 270 yards and four TDs to defeat Pittsburgh. How high is Navy on our season-ending list? Power Rankings

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Significance of 3? Reynolds' TD runs

Navy QB Keenan Reynolds ran for three TDs against Pittsburgh to set the FBS record for most TDs from scrimmage (88). ESPN Stats & Info breaks down the entire bowl season by numbers. 40 numbers to know

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Midshipmen out to sea

A Navy man should be used to a little water. The celebratory shower still came as a shock to coach Ken Niumatalolo after the 44-28 bowl victory over Pittsburgh. Best bowl pictures

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Great finish to a great career

Midshipmen QB Keenan Reynolds rewrote the record book. The senior signal caller has the most rushing yards by a QB in FBS history.

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Fitzsimmons, Booger commend Reynolds' career (1:52)
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Mascots galore at Military Bowl

The Washington Nationals' racing presidents and the Pittsburgh Pierogies made appearances at the Military Bowl in Annapolis. But it was hometown Navy's mascot Bill the Goat that stole the show.

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Keenan Reynolds can catch, too

The Navy QB caught the pass from RB Shawn White on a trick play for a 47-yard gain. Reynolds ran for 3 TDs and threw for another in a Military Bowl win.

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Kick-six? Try quick-six

Quadree Henderson went goal line to goal line on the opening kickoff to put Pitt ahead of No. 21 Navy, but the Midshipmen ended up winning the Military Bowl.

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Reynolds leads Navy to Military Bowl victory (1:05)
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Navy's first 11 win season (1:48)
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Navy QB Reynolds sets TD record in bowl win

Keenan Reynolds wrapped up his record-setting career at Navy in spectacular fashion: by running for three TDs and throwing for a fourth Monday to lead the Midshipmen past Pittsburgh 44-28.

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Reynolds does everything for Navy

Keenan Reynolds led the Midshipmen in passing, rushing and receiving yards in the 44-28 win over Pitt at the Military Bowl. It clinched Navy's first ever 11-win season and third ever by a service academy. Box score

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Keenan Reynolds MVP interview (1:20)

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Keenan Reynolds leaves Navy with three major records and an 11-win season, the first in school history, after a Military Bowl win over Pitt. In typical Navy fashion, the Midshipmen broke off several long runs and finished with 417 yards. Reynolds threw for 126 yards, ran for 144 and had 47 receiving. He accounted for four touchdowns.

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Keenan Reynolds named MVP (0:28)
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Keenan Reynolds goes out victorious (1:05)
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Ken Niumatalolo postgame interview (0:54)
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Reynolds sets record with 88th TD

Navy QB Keenan Reynolds broke Kenneth Dixon's FBS record with his 88th rushing and receiving TD on this 9-yard run in the Midshipmen's 44-28 win over Pitt at the Military Bowl.

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Pitt scores second TD in 12 seconds

The Panthers followed up their TD run with a scoop-and-score, as Jordan Whitehead recovered a fumble and took it 22 yards for a TD to cut the deficit to 31-21 over Navy in the third quarter of the Military Bowl on ESPN.

Team Stats

Passing Yards92.3127th
Rushing Yards319.23rd
Points For36.2Tied-24th
Points Against21.3Tied-26th

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