Randolph saves best for last in national title game

Quentin Randolph was in the locker room late Saturday night being his usual full-of-energy self, partying like only he can in the wake of a big win.

Wearing a black cowboy hat that seemed to fit the senior University of West Florida wide receiver just right, Randolph savored the opportunity to sing along to the music blaring while also dancing and recording impromptu celebration videos for social media with teammates.

Randolph earned every minute of this celebration after putting on the show of a lifetime in the Argonauts’ 48-40 win over Minnesota State in the NCAA Division II national championship game on a chilly December day at McKinney ISD Stadium in Texas.

A former walk-on out of Navarre, Randolph cemented his legacy at UWF with 10 catches for a school- record 254 yards. Three of those catches went for touchdowns, tying a title game mark, and his remarkable effort helped propel the Argos to their first national crown in program history.

“It’s awesome. It’s everything I dreamed of,” Randolph said.

Read the full article in the Dec. 26 issue of Navarre Press. Subscribe online at navarrepress.com for as little as $38 per year

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