VANDAL O-LINE: Ready to roll

A WEEK AND A HALF AGO, FOLLOWING THE FINAL SCRIMMAGE OF FALL CAMP, COACH AKEY CONFIRMED a starting offensive line had been selected. The group is enormous, averaging 6-foot-4 and 316-pounds tackle-to-tackle. What the group lacks in experience they make up for with moxie and talent, including a preseason All-WAC pick at left tackle, a JC Gridwire All-American at guard, and a loaded depth chart.
August 30, 2010

'09 PREVIEW: The Road Graders

Led by Outland Trophy and Lombardi Award candidate senior MIKE IUPATI (6-6, 330), the Vandals boast the biggest, strongest, and deepest line assembled at Idaho in a decade. With a solid stable of tailbacks, strong competition under center, and a developing receiving corps, the Vandal line - featuring four seniors with game day experience - will be counted on to set the tone for the 2009 season.
August 19, 2009

Dinner, dessert and a verbal

ROBB AKEY AND STEVE AXMAN spent some productive hours at the home of Arizona offensive lineman Guy Reynolds on Monday night. Three generations of the Reynolds family were on hand to meet the Vandal coaches, a strong impression was made by the UI staff on the elder Reynolds, and it ended up that dinner and desert weren't the only things on the menu.
November 28, 2007

Post Commitment Interview: Guy Reynolds

"I'm solid", says center Guy Reynolds after committing to Idaho last night.
November 27, 2007

Reynolds Pulls the Trigger

Breaking news from Westview center Guy Reynolds makes commitment
November 26, 2007

Arizona hoss talks Idaho experience

A STUDENT OF THE GAME, a decision is looming for one Arizona hoss on where he's going to spend the next few years of his life getting his college degree. The 6-3, 314-pounder out of Avondale was in Moscow this past weekend on an official visit and talks UI impressions, where things stand in his recruitment, where he goes from here and more.
November 15, 2007

Reynolds Talks Idaho Visit

Guy Reynolds talks with about his time in Vandal country
November 13, 2007