The Reynolds' Seattle Trifecta

The Reynolds family and the city of Seattle just got a little more familiar. Assistant Head Coach Lance Reynolds served a mission there, followed by one of his sons. Another one of his sons will now call Seattle home after getting a call from the NFC champion Seattle Seahawks.
May 2, 2006

Now Time for BYU OL to Deliver Solid Run-Blocking

Lost in BYU's victory and defensive domination of Notre Dame were the Cougar's own struggles in mounting a consistent and productive running attack of its own. While doubling the Irish's output in most games would be a major feat, doubling up the 11 – as in yards Notre Dame gained on the ground – is nothing to really beat their chests over since the Cougars barely edged out a huge program-boosting "W."
September 10, 2004

LB Lance Reynolds, Jr. Perfect Fit as OL Center

He was signed, sealed and delivered to the Cougars as a highly-regarded Utah prep linebacker, but failed to break the regular game-day player rotation for two years. He welcomed a switch to BYU's offensive line and a year later he's the projected starter at the all-important center position.
August 11, 2004

Todd Watkins Pulls Trigger; Commits to BYU

BYU's No. 1 junior college wide receiver priority, considered one of the best in the country, committed late this afternoon to BYU and will fax his official Letter of Intent (LOI) tonight to Provo, <b></b> has learned.
December 29, 2003

Top SC Recruit Picks BYU over Clemson, S. Carolina

<b>Terence Brown</b>, a highly recruited South Carolina offensive lineman who has received firm scholarship offers from Clemson, South Carolina, Vanderbilt and recruiting attention from dozens of other colleges, verbally committed last night to play for BYU head coach <b>Gary Crowton</b>.
September 15, 2003

Quiet but Effective, Mohetau & Willing Impress

Most fans familiar with BYU football recruiting know about all-everything, high school All-American offensive guard <b>Ofa Mohetau</b> from Texas. He is considered by some national recruiting experts as the country's best offensive guard over the past 5-10 years.
August 5, 2003