Alabama kicker Will Reichard becomes NCAA's career scoring leader

ATLANTA (AP) — Alabama kicker Will Reichard became the NCAA's career scoring leader by kicking a 43-yard field goal for the No. 8 Crimson Tide's first points in Saturday's Southeastern Conference championship game against No. 1 Georgia.

Reichard passed Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds (2012-15) for the record. Entering the game, Reichard and Reynolds were tied at 530 points.

Reichard, a senior and a Groza Award finalist, kicked two extra points in the first half to add to his new record.


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