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1984 Season

Cougars win the National Championship by becoming only the third team in NCAA history to win 13 games in a season. Their win streak is extended to 24 games. Quarterback Robbie Bosco leads the nation in passing and finishes second to Doug Flutie in pass efficiency (151.8) defensive back Kyle Morrell named first team All-American. The team leads the nation in passing (346.2) and total offense (486.5). Defensively, the Cougars finish 10th in scoring defense. They win another WAC championship and a victory over Michigan in Holiday Bowl LaVelI Edwards named NCAA Coach of the Year by most organizations. Bosco is runner-up for the Davey O’Brien Award and third in the Heisman

Schedule

See main page: 1984 Schedule

Roster

See main page: 1984 Roster

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