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BYU runs up a 7-1 conference record (9-5 overall) to win the WAC Pacific Division title. The Cougars meet Tulane in their first-ever Liberty Bowl appearance. BYU’s season is highlighted by its defense, ranked No. 5 in the nation, allowing only 91.2 rushing yards and 273.9 total yards per game. After a slow start, the Cougars won seven games in a row. Season highlights included a 26-6 thumping of Arizona State, a 13-0 shutout of San Diego State and a 26-24 victory over Utah. Rob Morris, John Tait, Brian Gray and Daren Yancey were all named to the All-WAC first team. John Tait was selected in the first round of the NFL Draft (14th overall) by the Kansas City Chiefs. Sophomore kicker Owen Pochman set a school record by connecting on 62 consecutive PATs


See main page; 1998 Schedule


See main page: 1998 Roster