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Published: Saturday, March 9 2013 12:20 a.m. MST

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Highland, UT

Well let's hope he is able to improve this group substantially, in my opinion it is the single most important issue this team will have.

Rigby, ID

What has happened to Reynolds?

Ernest T. Bass
Bountiful, UT

It seams like we always have a ton of NFL talent on the line so I'm excited.


The "O" line unmistakably is the heart and soul of the body offense. Nothing happens unless these giants preform. Case in point the 7 starters that went down last year emphasized the cataclysmic and catastrophic collapse of any offensive success.

The Bronco & Brad show is in the white hot spot light !!!!!

Glendora, CA

In other words, another lack-luster year coming up for BYU this fall? Sounds like it.

Don't Feed the Trolls
Salt Lake City, UT

Duckhunter: Well let's hope he is able to improve this group substantially, in my opinion it is the single most important issue this team will have."

Thank you for your opinion. We all hang on your every word.

Taylorsville, UT

Reynolds knee that he jacked up last year apparently isn't healing well and his career is most likely done, is the last I've heard...

Idaho Falls, ID

Why is it that EVERY year we can't have an effective spring practice because we don't have enough players to play offensive line?

If our best offensive lineman Ryker is out, and Houston Reynolds is out for good, don't expect any better performance than last year....unless these new coaches can somehow miraculously turn average players into great players by season start. Back in the Lavelle years BYU turned out more offensive linemen to the NFL than QB's, or any other position.

Gilmore in Milford
Spanish Fork, UT

With the best front seven in the nation the Utes will eat these guys up.

West Jordan, UT

Best front seven in the nation?? Might want to work on finishing above .500 in the PAC 10.2 first. And as for Reynolds, he didn't "jack up" his knee. Tore his achilles tendon which is probably even a tougher surgery to come back from than "jacking up" one's knee. So yes his continuing status is doubtful. There are plenty of offensive lineman this spring it's just that most of them are walkons and likely won't be seeing the two-deep on the depth chart come this fall. Injuries and related surgeries have taken their toll in the spring the last couple of years.

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