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[[Gifford Nielsen]] places fourth in NCAA completions per game (18.8) with only one-tenth completion separating him from Jack Thompson (Washington State) in second place. Nielsen finishes second to Tommy Kramer (Rice) in total offense. The Cougars finish first in passing (307.8), sixth in total offense (424.4) and eighth in NCAA scoring (31.9). Nielsen voted first team All-American. BYU ties for WAC title and plays Oklahoma State in the [[1976 TANGERINE BOWL|Tangerine Bowl]]
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[[Gifford Nelson]] places fourth in NCAA completions per game (18.8) with only one-tenth completion separating him from Jack Thompson (Washington State) in second place. Nielsen finishes second to Tommy Kramer (Rice) in total offense. The Cougars finish first in passing (307.8), sixth in total offense (424.4) and eighth in NCAA scoring (31.9). Nielsen voted first team All-American. BYU ties for WAC title and plays Oklahoma State in the [[1976 TANGERINE BOWL|Tangerine Bowl]]
   
 
==Schedule==
 
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==Roster==
 
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Gifford Nelson places fourth in NCAA completions per game (18.8) with only one-tenth completion separating him from Jack Thompson (Washington State) in second place. Nielsen finishes second to Tommy Kramer (Rice) in total offense. The Cougars finish first in passing (307.8), sixth in total offense (424.4) and eighth in NCAA scoring (31.9). Nielsen voted first team All-American. BYU ties for WAC title and plays Oklahoma State in the Tangerine Bowl

Schedule

See main page: 1976 Schedule

Roster

See main page: 1976 Roster