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The 1984 NCAA Division I-A football season ended with Brigham Young University winning their first national championship by beating an unranked Michigan team in the Holiday Bowl. BYU handed the Wolverines their 6th loss that season.

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#1 and #2 progress

WEEKS #1 #2 Event
PRE Auburn Nebraska Miami 20, Auburn 18 Aug 27
2 Miami Nebraska Michigan 22, Miami 14 Sep 8
3-4 Nebraska Clemson Georgia 26, Clemson 23 Sep 22
4 Nebraska Texas Syracuse 17, Nebraska 9 Sep 29
5 Texas Ohio State Purdue 28, Ohio State 23 Oct 6
6 Texas Washington Oklahoma 15, Texas 15 Oct 13
7-8 Washington Oklahoma Kansas 28, Oklahoma 11 Oct 27
9 Washington Texas Nebraska 44, Iowa St 0 Nov 3
10 Washington Nebraska USC 16, Washington 7 Nov 10
11 Nebraska South Carolina Oklahoma 17, Nebraska 7 Nov 17
12-14 Brigham Young Oklahoma BYU 38, Utah State 13 Nov 24

AP Final poll

  1. Brigham Young University
  2. Washington
  3. Florida
  4. Nebraska
  5. Boston College
  6. Oklahoma
  7. Oklahoma State
  8. SMU
  9. UCLA
  10. Southern California
  11. South Carolina
  12. Maryland
  13. Ohio State
  14. Auburn
  15. LSU
  16. Iowa
  17. Florida State
  18. Miami (FL)
  19. Kentucky
  20. Virginia

Notable rivalry games

Bowl games

Heisman Trophy voting

The Heisman Memorial Trophy Award is given to the Most Outstanding Player of the year.

Other annual awards

References

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