SEATTLE (AP) -Central Washington's Mike Reilly set an NCAA record for consecutive games with a touchdown pass at 41, throwing for four scores and 371 yards in a 50-28 victory over Western Washington on Saturday night.
Reilly broke the record of 40 he shared with former Mount Union star Bill Borchert (1994-97). With his first scoring pass, Reilly also passed current Detroit Lions quarterback Jon Kitna for most career TD passes at Central with 100.
Division II Central Washington is 6-1 overall and 5-0 in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.

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