Army's Baggett racks up 304 yards rushing vs. Eastern Michigan

By J. Darin Darst | Staff Writer
Army's Terry Baggett breaks a tackle against Eastern Michigan. (USATSI)
Army's Terry Baggett breaks a tackle against Eastern Michigan. (USATSI)

Terry Baggett just earned himself a spot in the record books.

The junior from Army became the 97th player in FBS history -- and first this season -- to run for at least 300 yards in a game, rushing for 304 on 18 carries in the 50-25 victory over Eastern Michigan.

Army: Most Rushing Yards in Game
YardsPlayerOpponent (Year)
304Terry BaggettEastern Michigan (2013)
269Michael WallaceLouisville (1999)
253Charlie JarvisBoston College (1968)

Baggett easily beat the previous single-game rushing record at Army, held by Michael Wallace, who had 269 yards rushing against Louisville in 1999.

Baggett also scored four touchdowns, including a 67-yarder in the first quarter and a 96-yard run in the third quarter.

LaDainian Tomlinson holds the FBS record while at TCU, when he ran for 406 yards against UTEP in 1999.

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