Texas A&M Josh Reynolds accomplished two terrific feats during Wednesday night’s bowl game versus Kansas State.

For one, he made this unreal catch during the third quarter of the contest versus Kansas State. He broke a school record for the most games-in-a-row (8) with a touchdown catch.

Secondly, he got some revenge over KSU DB Donnie Starks:

Earlier in the contest, Starks got a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for bizarrely squatting on the chest of the Aggies’ wide receiver.

A quarter later, Reynolds demonstrated some immense ability — leaping over Starks for a big touchdown grab. On the year, the senior pass-catcher entered Wednesday with 49 grabs, 885 yards receiving, and 10 touchdown catches.

Midway through the third quarter of this contest, and Reynolds has already accrued eight catches for 108 yards. His school-breaking mark is quite impressive — considering he was without starting quarterback Trevor Knight for multiple games this season.

The only other Power 5 player that can match Reynolds’ eight-game streak with a receiving TD is Oklahoma WR (and Heisman finalist) Dede Westbrook, who has an active nine-game touchdown reception streak heading into the Sugar Bowl against Auburn.