Thursday Trivia: Best Single Season Touchdown to Interception Ratios

The correct answer to the last trivia question "Which 1981 super sophomore was part of BYU's 1984 national championship team?" is Vai Sikahema. Following his sophomore season, Sikahema left for a two-year mission, missing the 1982 and 1983 seasons. He came back just in time to be part of the 1984 team.

On to this week's question. Yesterday's flashback noted that John Beck’s 4:1 touchdown to interception ratio in 2006 was the third best single season ratio in BYU history. Therefore, this week’s trivia question asks:
Who are the two BYU quarterbacks to have achieved a single season TD to interception ratio better than 4:1?
Leave your answer in the comments section. Come back next week when the answer is revealed and a new trivia question is asked.

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  1. I'm gonna guess that Jim McMahon is one. I'm not as sure about who else to guess...maybe Robbie Bosco? What I do know is it is not Ty Detmer.


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