Flashbacks

Every Wednesday, all year long, BLUE COUGAR FOOTBALL looks back on one of the great moments in BYU football history.

2017
BYU proves WAC dominance by embarrassing San Diego State on national television (1979)
BYU beats Utah State to get back in the win column (1992)
BYU takes down Boise State with 1-2 punch of number 12 (2015)
BYU has just enough offensive firepower to squeak past Mississippi State (2001)
Mangum shakes off hamstring injury to lead BYU past ECU (2015)
BYU never lets up while blowing out San Jose State (1967)
Steve Sarkisian gives preview of what was to come (1995)
Unga carries Cougars to victory over UNLV despite four turnovers (2007)
On the arm of Ty Detmer and Matt Bellini's prowess for finding the end zone, BYU beats Navy (1989)
Steady ground game, dominating defense, and big special teams play gives BYU win over Hawai'i (1997)
Nationally ranked Wyoming just a bump in the road on the Heisman Highway (1990)
Taysom Hill's debut as a BYU Cougar (2012)
Staley leads the offense, Peterson breaks McMahon's record in win over Wyoming (2000)

2013
The Sound of Silence (1943)
The Start of Something Special (1973)
The Steve and Gordon Show (1983)
Strong Start to the Season (1993)
BYU's 2003 Recruiting Class (2003)
Really long touchdown runs
The other Van Noy (1948) 
Power Punting (1983)
137-0 (2008)


2012
The Birth of a Football Program (1922)
The Best Season for Over 40 Years (1932)
The Best Decision Ever Made (1972)
An Unconventional Quarterback (1982)
The 2002 Recruiting Class
Newcomers form the Nucleus of the Offense (2007)
Long Lasting Bragging Rights (1942)
A Special Outside Linebacker (2002)
A Huge Sigh of Relief (1977)
Big Cleats to Fill (1987)
Head and Shoulders Above the Rest (1967)
Filling the Holes (1997)
A Boost of Confidence (1992)
BYU Football Goes International (1977)
Back-to-back 1,000 yard Seasons (1992)
Two BYU Cougars Get Drafted (1972)
Looking to Rebound (1972)
Hunter the Punter (1992)
The Defining Moment (1982)
56 Turnovers (1977)
Largest Comeback Win in School History (2002)
The Nation's Unexpected Leading Rusher (1972)
The 20-Year Drought Ends (1992)
Magic Happens (2007)
Playing the Role of the Spoiler (1982)
Running Back by Committee (1977)
A Double Dose of Las Vegas (1992)
A New Home Stadium (1982)
The Hunt for the Heisman Begins (1962)
BYU 42, Syracuse 21 (2002)
BYU 38, UTEP 28 (1992)
BYU 65, UTEP 8 (1981)
BYU 43, Murray State 9 (1998)
BYU 34, Utah State 14 (2008)
BYU 36, Fresno State 24 (1992)
BYU 38, San Diego State 28 (2009)
BYU 46, San Jose State 43 (1998)
BYU 24, Air Force 13 (1987)
BYU 63, Colorado State 14 (1981)
BYU 31, UTEP 14 (1998)
BYU 14, Colorado State 13 (1959)
BYU 48, San Diego State 27 (2007)
BYU 30, Colorado State 26 (1987)
Holiday Bowl VI: BYU 21, Missouri 17 (1983)
Las Vegas Bowl: BYU 17, UCLA 16 (2007)

2011
Eli Herring Says No to the NFL (1995)
A Tribute To LaVell Edwards
Leaping Lewis (1993)
Steve Young Does It All (1983)
Winning 10 Consecutive Games In One Season
Most wins in school history
Jim McMahon validates the BYU QB Factory in Super Bowl XX
A Golden Return Man (1971)
The Holiday Bowl--Where the Best Celebrate Graduation
Big Time Scorers
Gifford Nielsen's Breakout Season (1976)
Living Large At Linebacker
Dynamic Rushing Duo (1996)
Super Sophomores (1981)
Beck to the Future (2006)
The 1986 NFL Draft
Hawaii Two-0 (1996)
Canadian Cougars
Jamal Willis' Impactful Debut (1991)
All-Time Career Rushing Leader
Matt Berry Enlists In The Army (2006)
Brandon Doman Joins The BYU QB Club (2001)
Luke Staley Wins the Doak Walker Award (2001)
Playing Elite Football (1996)
Records To Last A Lifetime
Highly Efficient Quarterback Play
Back on Top (2006)
7 Home Games (1996)
Sophomore Tight Ends Stepping Up
Shutdown Corners (1996)
Killer Kicking (1996 & 2001)
BYU 58, Arkansas State 9 (1996)
BYU 22, Texas 17 (1987)
BYU 26, Temple 24 (1985)
BYU 21, Air Force 7 (1991)
BYU 54, Utah State 34 (2001)
BYU 28, San Diego State 0 (1985)
BYU 55, Tulsa 30 (1996)
BYU 37, Arizona 13 (1974)
BYU 40, UTEP 18 (1996)
BYU 21, Arizona State 18 (1974)
BYU 28, Air Force 21 (1985)
Jason Buck wins the Outland Trophy (1986)
WAC Champ. Game: BYU 28, Wyoming 25 (1996)
Holiday Bowl: BYU 24, Michigan 17 (1984)
Copper Bowl: BYU 31, Oklahoma 6 (1994)

2010
BYU 31, Washington 3 (1985)
LaVell Edwards' 50TH Win
BYU 50, Washington State 36 (1990)
Ryan Hancock to the Rescue (1992)
Curtis Brown Runs Wild In Wild BYU Comeback (2002)
Brigham Young Cougars 45, San Diego State Aztecs 44 (1993)
Brigham Young Cougars 41, Wyoming Cowboys 38 (1984)
Jim McMahon's Magical Season (1980)
Brigham Young Cougars 40, Colorado State Rams 17 (1991)
Steve Sarkisian Has Only 70 Yards Passing (1996)
BYU 35, San Diego State 28 (1994)
Cougar Stadium Is Renamed LaVell Edwards Stadium
Ty Detmer Wins The Heisman Trophy (1990)
BYU 26, Hawaii 6 (1985)
Holiday Bowl IV (1981)
BYU 44, Oregon State 20 (Las Vegas Bowl 2009)
BYU 20, Colorado 17 (Freedom Bowl 1988)

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