The Army Black Knights are battling the Eastern Michigan Eagles on CBS Sports Network and running back Terry Baggett is having the greatest game ever seen in the long and storied history of the Black Knights football program:
— CBSSports.com (@CBSSports) October 12, 2013
Terry Baggett hoisted in air by teammates as announcement comes over Michie Stadium speakers he broke the academy single-game rush record.
— Sal Interdonato (@salinterdonato) October 12, 2013
That’s an average of 21 yard per carry, an unheard of feat in any level of college football.
Just in case, the single game record in all of football is held LaDainian Tomlinson when he was with the TCU Horned Frogs, when he rushed for 406 yards vs. UTEP on November 20, 1999.
The fourth quarter is just getting ready to start, so maybe he can challenge the record. Either way, this is a tremendous accomplishment for the young man who will be a leader of soldiers one day.