Robbie Bosco was a fixture on the Brigham Young football sidelines for nearly 20 years, both as a player and a coach, and played a vital role in the success of the Cougar program in the Intermountain West and on the national scene. Bosco led the nation in passing in 1984 and quarterbacked BYU to the football National Championship that year with a perfect 13-0 record. He set 10 NCAA records and was a second team All-American at BYU from 1983-85. He was drafted in the third round by the Green Bay Packers and played two seasons in the NFL. Bosco received the 1999 Unsung Hero Award from the American Football Foundation and has been inducted into the Kickoff Classic, Holiday Bowl and BYU Halls of Fame. He served as an assistant coach at BYU for 15 seasons and was co-offensive coordinator. In his tenure, BYU advanced to 10 bowl games and he coached six NFL players and one Heisman Trophy winner, Ty Detmer in 1990. Bosco and his wife Karen have six children.