Like any other left offensive tackle, Dallas Reynolds has seen his good days and his bad days. Since starting as a freshman and receiving All-American honors, the big 6-foot-5-inch, 332-pound senior looks to improve on his zero-sack performance in MWC play last year.
April 9, 2008
The most physical place on the football field is, without question, down in the trenches where offensive and defensive linemen butt heads. That fact is evidenced by the never-ending list of injuries suffered by Cougar linemen this season. How tough has it been? During the last five games, BYU has not fielded the same offensive line in two consecutive contests.
October 25, 2006
It is a cat and mouse game, a kind of psychological tag team of "now you see me, now you don't." Every time BYU quarterback John Beck and his offensive lineman take the field, they toy with opposing defensive fronts. The Cougar O-line allows defenders to catch a glimmer of hope before Beck cruelly reminds them that hope is not an option when facing BYU's offense.
October 10, 2006
Dallas Reynolds, Daniel Coats, Hala Paongo, David Oswald, and Michael Reed were all part of the 2005 Cougar football team that suffered a humiliating 31-10 loss at the hands of the San Diego State. TBS spoke with these athletes about settling the score with San Diego State in today's grudge match. This year, BYU is mentally prepared so there will not be another meltdown.
October 6, 2006
After missing most of spring camp with a shoulder injury, Dallas Reynolds is back in action with the first string offense line. This time around, however, he will be starting at a new position. The move has taken some getting used to, but the 6-foot-5, 328-pound lineman is confident he will be ready for the season opener at Arizona.
August 9, 2006