Keenan Reynolds ran for a career-high 277 yards and six touchdowns and passed for another to lead Navy over Georgia Southern 52-19 on Saturday.

Reynolds set a record for Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium with his six touchdowns. He has 58 — tied for ninth most in NCAA history and now has the third most by a quarterback. Reynolds trails only Eric Crouch and Colin Kaepernick who had 59.

Reynolds' touchdown runs were from 1, 22, 1, 27, 15 and 39 yards. He ran 30 times and also threw for 71 yards on 5-of-8 passing.

The win evens the Midshipmen's record at 5-5, moving them within one win of bowl eligibility. Navy has two games remaining against South Alabama and Army.

The Eagles (8-3) had their seven-game winning streak broken. Keenan Reynolds ran for a career-high 277 yards and six touchdowns and passed for another to lead Navy over Georgia Southern 52-19 on Saturday.

Reynolds set a record for Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium with his six touchdowns. He has 58 — tied for ninth most in NCAA history and now has the third most by a quarterback. Reynolds trails only Eric Crouch and Colin Kaepernick who had 59.

Reynolds' touchdown runs were from 1, 22, 1, 27, 15 and 39 yards. He ran 30 times and also threw for 71 yards on 5-of-8 passing.

The win evens the Midshipmen's record at 5-5, moving them within one win of bowl eligibility. Navy has two games remaining against South Alabama and Army.

The Eagles (8-3) had their seven-game winning streak broken. Georgia Southern in its first season as an FBS member, had averaged 386.4 yards rushing per game.

They had 84 at halftime, but in the fourth quarter with the Eagles far behind, Matt Breida had touchdown runs of 36 and 88 — Georgia Southern's longest of the season. They ended with 375.

After the Eagles scored an opening touchdown, the Midshipmen scored 31 unanswered points.

Georgia Southern began the game with an efficient 13-play drive that took nearly seven minutes. L.A. Ramsby, who carried on the last four plays scored from two yards.

Navy tied the score on its first drive when Reynolds ran in from a yard.

Reynolds' 14-yard touchdown pass to Jamir Tillman and Austin Grebe's 38-yard field goal put Navy up 17-7 at halftime.

Reynolds' 22-yard touchdown run opened up the second half and Navy led 24-7. He added a 1-yard touchdown run after he set up the score with a 33-yard pass to Demond Brown to pad the Mids lead to 31-7.

Breida's 36-yard scoring run late in the third quarter cut Navy's advantage to 31-13.

Reynolds' first two fourth-quarter runs came after interceptions from Quincy Adams and Daniel Gonzales. Gonzales' return was 68 yards.