BYU football: The 10 best wins of the LaVell Edwards era

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Legendary BYU football head coach LaVell Edwards has passed away. Now it’s time to celebrate his lengthy legacy in Provo.

LaVell Edwards was the head coach of BYU football for nearly 30 seasons. He was the greatest coach the Cougars have ever had – and one of the greatest coaches in the history of college football.

A member of the College Football Hall of Fame, Edwards provided BYU football fans countless memories. Big wins, very few losses and the coveted National Championship.

But which wins were his best?

Let’s find out.

No. 10: BYU vs Texas A&M – 1996

BYU football kicked off the 1996 season with a 41-37 victory over the Aggies. The Cougars trailed in the second quarter, but came back to thanks to Steve Sarkisian‘s 536 yards and six touchdowns. His final TD pass of the day came with just over a minute remaining, when he fired a 46-yard strike to K.O. Kealaluhi. The Cougars outscored A&M 15-3 in the final quarter in front of more than 55,000 fans at Cougar Stadium.