BYU's Houston Reynolds Tears Achilles, Done For The Year

SALT LAKE CITY, UT - SEPTEMBER 15: Daniel Sorenson #9 of the BYU Cougars is taken out by Kelvin York #13 of University of Utah Utes during the first half of a college football game September 15, 2012 at Rice Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah. (Photo by George Frey/Getty Images)

BYU Cougars offensive lineman Houston Reynolds suffered a torn achilles against the Utah Utes in a 24-21 loss.

The aftermath of the BYU Cougars' 24-21 loss against the Utah Utes keeps getting worse as center Houston Reynolds is out for the year after tearing his achilles.

The 6'2 305-pound redshirt junior has been a pillar in the BYU offensive line the past year. He hasn't missed a Cougars game since a victory over University of Central Florida on Sept. 23, 2011. Last year, Reynolds was part of an offensive line that allowed zero sacks in five different games and two or less in 10 games.

Reynolds is the son of BYU assistant head coach Lance Reynolds. He was an all-state selection after starting for four years at Timpview High School and led them to the 2006 4-A State Championship title. Reynolds battled shoulder injuries last year but still started 10 games.

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