Found December 21, 2011 on Blue Cougar Football:
It was 27 years ago today that the Brigham Young Cougars and the Michigan Wolverines met in Holiday Bowl VII. BYU had played in all seven Holiday Bowl games, but none were quite like this one. BYU would all but lock up the 1984 National Championship with a win. The Cougars were ranked number one in all the major polls. If the pressure to win wasn’t enough, BYU would have to overcome injury as well. Starting quarterback Robbie Bosco was playing with ankle and rib injuries, but they were nothing compared to the pain he felt in his knee nine minutes into the game when a late hit by a Michigan defensive lineman required team trainers to carry Bosco to the sideline. The record crowd of 61,243 watched in silence. Backup quarterback Blaine Fowler came in and completed five of seven passes for 28 yards to keep the Cougar offense moving. The drive, however, eventually stalled.Bosco was able to return to the game in the second quarter, but his mobility was severely limited. It forced BYU to ...

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