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Bob Reynolds


Robert Odell Reynolds

Inducted 1961

Date of Birth



Morris, OK


Stanford University (1933-1935)


Bob "Horse" Reynolds played the full 60 minutes in three Rose Bowl games, thus setting a record for the annual New Year's Day football classic. Standing 6-4 and weighing 220-pounds, it's easy to see why Reynolds was called "Horse." He cleared the way for Hall of Fame backs Bobby Grayson and "Bones" Hamilton. It was the era of Stanford "Vow Boys," those dedicated men who vowed never to lose to Southern Cal and never did. Grayson called him "a great blocker. He knocked people down like they were wooden statues." Reynolds was born in Morris, Oklahoma, and played high school football at Okmulgee, Oklahoma. He went to Stanford and made All-America tackle in 1934. Reynolds went into the broadcasting business in 1938 and became general manager of Gene Autry's broadcasting company, an officer of the California Angels baseball team and Los Angeles Rams football team.


Height 6'4

Weight 220

Career Highlights

  • 1935 First Team All-America
  • 1934 Consensus All-America
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