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132+ Teams in 132+ Days: Brigham Young University Cougars
2013.06.20 18:13 Xtremeloco132+ Teams in 132+ Days: Brigham Young University Cougars
Brigham Young University NCAA Division I FBS Independent Year Founded: 1875 Location: Provo, Utah Total Attendance: 34,000, (31,000 Undergrad, 3,000 post-grad) Mascot:Cosmo the Cougar Live Mascot:Cleo and Tarbo (used during the 1920s and 1930s) Cheerleaders:Picture 1Picture 2Picture 3Picture 4Picture 5 Stadium:LaVell Edwards Stadium with the Wasatch Mountain Range behind it. “You guys will agree that [LaVell Edwards] stadium is one of the prettiest settings of college football. This stadium is just unbelievable” - Kirk Herbstreit Stadium Location:North end of campus Conference Champions (23): WAC: 1965, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1995, Mountain West: 1996, 1999, 2001, 2006, 2007 Number of Bowl Games: 13 Wins, 1 Tie, 31 Total National Titles (1): 1984 Rivals Utah - the Holy War - Utah is BYU's main rival, and its typically the biggest game of the year. BYU and Utah played in the same conference from 1922 until 2010, and have had annual contests, something only a World War could suspend. Utah leads the all time series 56-34-4, though the rivalry has had significant swings, including a 19-2 streak for BYU from '72-'92. The rivalry has become extremely competitive since 2001, as every game but 3 have been decided by a touchdown, or less. With BYU and Utah forging into Independence and the Pac-12, respectively, the rivalry has, unfortunately, become less of a priority. With only 2 games scheduled in the future (2013 and 2016), 2014 and 2015 will mark the first interruption of play since WWII. Beyond then, the future of the rivalry is bleak. The rivalry is unlike most other rivalries in CFB. BYU is a church sponsored organization, while Utah is secular. The schools are only 45 miles apart, but fans can be staggered down the same block. While the majority of the fans are civil toward each-other, tensions can mount anywhere, especially at family reunions. Utah State - the Old Wagon Wheel - Utah State is BYU's #2 rival, but most BYU fans won’t acknowledge USU as a true rival, due to BYU's dominance historically. In the series, BYU holds a 45-34-3 edge, but is 22-2 over the past 24 meetings. While BYU has defeated Utah State with consistency, it has become much more difficult, as Utah State's program has reached new heights. Following a 31-16 defeat in 2010, BYU has taken the last two meetings, though each by only 3 points. Utah State has become a respectable program recently, and the rivalry seems to be growing in the minds of both fan-bases. Since 1971, Utah, Utah State, and BYU, the 3 major in-state schools, have competed for the 'Beehive Boot'. The boot itself is estimated at well over 100 years old, and goes to the winner of the in-state foes. BYU holds a significant series advantage, at 22 victories, followed by Utah's 12, and Utah State's 8. Notre Dame - With BYU's decision to go to Independent, most traditional rivalries have been severed. BYU is hoping to find common ground with a fellow independent, and fellow church school in Notre Dame. BYU's series with ND is very young, with ND holding a 2-5 record. With a game in 2013, and 4 more to be scheduled in the following 7 years, BYU-ND should become more competitive. Who wouldn't want Mormons vs Catholics to become a thing? Boise State - BYU and Boise have only played a total of 3 games, and Boise holds a 3-0 lead. BYU and Boise have scheduled an annual contest from now until 2023, and with similar western locations and a lack of love from the AQ, a rivalry seems to be brewing. 2012 Season Record:8-5-0 Coach: Bronco Mendenhall 2012 Roster Key Players: Kyle Van Noy, Cody Hoffman, Ziggy Ansah Biggest Plays:Goal line stand Vs. Boise State Kyle Van Noy fumble recovery Vs. SDSU and Video version 2013 Season 2013 Schedule
1980 Holiday Bowl - the ‘Miracle Bowl’. BYU came back against SMU in one of the greatest comebacks in NCAA history. With just four minutes left in the game, SMU took a commanding 42-25 lead, and many BYU fans had begun to exit the stadium. Jim McMahon led a furious comeback and scored 3 touchdowns to win the game 46-45. Full game
1984 Holiday Bowl - BYU entered the ‘84 Holiday Bowl as the #1 team in the nation. Due to the lack of prestige of the Holiday Bowl, many top teams refused to play BYU in the bowl. Eventually the Michigan Wolverines agreed to play, and BYU would win 24-17 to secure their 1st National Title. Full Game
1996 Vs. #13 Texas A&M - The vaunted Texas A&M ‘Wrecking Crew’ defense got wrecked by Steve Sarkisian and the BYU Cougars. Sark threw for 536 yards and 6 touchdowns to secure a 41-37 BYU victory. BYU would go on to finish the season #5 in the polls, with a Cotton Bowl win against #14 Kansas State.
Jim McMahon- 1980 and 1981 WAC Player of the Year, 1980 and 1981 All-American Selection, 1981 Davey O’Brien Award, 1981 Sammy Baugh Trophy winner, 1981 Pigskin Club NCAA Offensive Player of the Year, 1999 College Hall of Fame inductee. Jim McMahon was the BYU punter during his freshman season and continued punting for BYU until he became starting QB during his Sophomore season when Marc Wilson was injured.
Steve Young- 1983 Davey O’Brien Award, 1983 Consensus first-team All-American, 2nd place 1983 Heisman ballot, and 2001 College Football Hall of Fame inductee. Even though the three previous starting QBs at BYU (Gifford Nielsen, Marc Wilson, and Jim McMahon) were future College Hall of Famers, Steve Young held up to the pressure and put in another Hall of Fame performance as starting QB at BYU. He is also the most successful professional athlete to come out of BYU with three Super Bowl rings, SB XXIX MVP, and multiple other awards.
Ty Detmer- 1990 Heisman Trophy Winner, 1990 Maxwell Award Winner, 1990 and 1991 Davey O’Brien Award, 1990 UPI Player of the Year, 1990 and 1991 Consensus All-American, 1991 Sammy Baugh Award, 1991 UPI Back of the Year, 1990 and 1991 WAC Offensive Player of the Year, broke 59 NCAA records and tied three others, over 15,000 career passing-yards, 2012 College Football Hall of Fame inductee. After years of BYU QBs putting up insane stats, Ty Detmer took it to another level. He thrived in BYU’s pass happy offense breaking almost every offensive record that existed at the time. Ty Detmer watched the Heisman Trophy Presentation on satellite from Hawaii just hours before kickoff Vs. Hawaii and his teammates celebrated his award by tossing him in the hotel pool.
Austin Collie- 2004 MWC Freshman of the Year, 2007 Las Vegas Bowl MVP, all MWC first team receiver. In his Junior (and final) season, Collie set BYU records for most catches, most touchdowns caught and most yards receiving (1,538 was #1 in NCAA in 2008). He also holds BYU records for most career yards receiving as well as most career TD receptions.
LaVell Edwards (1972-2000) - Edwards started his coaching career when the power running teams were coming to dominance. Which is why his offense was truly innovative and transcendent. Under his guidance, BYU became one of the most prolific offensive machines in the country with a passing style that would change the game. Due to his advances in the offensive game and the quarterbacks he taught, BYU came to be nicknamed “Quarterback U”. Among those he coached to greatness were Jim McMahon, Steve Young, Robbie Bosco, Ty Detmer, and Steve Sarkisian. During his tenure at the Y, LaVell also groomed several coaches which would go on to have successful careers of their own including Mike Holmgren, Norm Chow, Kyle Whittingham, Brian Billick and Andy Reid. LaVell finished his career 257-101-3 (.718) and is currently ranked #6 all time in NCAA football coaching victories. During his career, BYU led the nation in passing offense 8 different seasons and in total offense 5 of those seasons. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2004.
The Victory Bell is rung after every BYU Football (and basketball) home victory.
Lighting the Y - Every Homecoming (among other dates), the Y on the mountain is lit. Originally, kerosene soaked torches were used, but now light bulbs are used to illuminate Y Mountain.
Rise and Shout, BYU fight song played after every score and before and after every game. It is mandatory that you stand during the chorus. After every score the George Q. Cannon is also fired and the ROTC crew do a push-up for every BYU point.
BYU's first ever sporting event was a baseball game, against the University of Utah. The scoreless match ended in a bench-clearing brawl, and a rivalry was born. This was 1895, a year before Utah would be granted statehood.
Steve Young is the great-great-great-grandson of the school’s namesake, Brigham Young. Steve’s younger brothers, Mike and Tom, also played QB for BYU.
The Y is the primary reason behind BYU being known as “The Y”. Originally planned to read BYU across the mountain, the project was abandoned after the Y had been completed in 1906. In 2004, the Utah baseball team painted the Y red. The Y was repainted the next day, and the 8 members responsible were charged with 2nd degree felonies.
What Is and What is to Come “Quarterback U” has not lived up to its name as of late. 2011 was supposed to be the breakout year for our highly recruited freshman, Jake Heaps. When Heaps buckled under pressure time and again, Bronco went with a tougher, admittedly more dashing, dual-threat QB in Riley Nelson. Though streaky in his passing accuracy, there was no denying Nelson’s grit. After leading the Cougars to 8 wins in the final 9 games of 2011, he won the starting position to begin the 2012 season. However, in 2012 Nelson’s streakiness only streaked one way. While the defense was superb behind Ansah, Van Noy and Ogletree, Nelson was a turnover machine. Enter Taysom Hill. After Nelson threw 3 INTs against Boise St, Hill was put in and immediately showed promise. In his first real game he led a last minute drive which nearly upset the Broncos in Boise. The next week he dominated Hawaii, but alas, in the first week of October Hill suffered a season ending injury against Utah St... and we were stuck with Nelson yet again. The rest of 2012 was brutal. While the defense kept each game close, they could not always make up for Nelson’s continuous blunders. Third stringer James Lark would play the final two games, and although he struggled, would prove sufficient. 2013 looks very promising for Cougar fans. Taysom Hill is healthy and still has elite receivers Apo and Hoffman to throw to and Kyle Van Noy has returned to lead the defense. BYU’s recent independence brought with it a very impressive ESPN contract which assures that every game will either be shown on ESPN or BYUtv. Many (inside and outside BYU) doubted the upside of going independent but AD Tom Holmoe has done a great job scheduling quality opponents all over the country. 2013 presents the strongest schedule we’ve seen in decades, this will be an exciting year for the Cougs. Overtime The 1984 Coaches Trophy, as it stands today I hear Reddit is into this kind of thing... Notable non-football alumni include: Danny Ainge, Stephen Covey, Mitt Romney, Ken Jennings, Brandon Sanderson, Aaron Eckhart, Stephenie Meyer (sorry about that), and Brandon Mull. The Animation Program at BYU is one of the top in the country. In fact, they have won 12 Student Emmys in the past 10 years and have become the primary source for Pixar recruiting. BYU has been named the No.1 Stone-Cold Sober school by the Princeton Review every year for the last 15 years. Students and faculty are quite proud of this feat, which is an obvious by-product of the oft debated honor code. More Information Subreddit:/byu Contributors: Xtremeloco, nlawyer, MustSeeReason Please upvote this thread even if you are not interested in the team so that users who are interested will see it For more information on the 132 Teams in 132 Days Project, click here.
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