Ranking the best season by a wide receiver in BYU history

Published: Thursday, Aug. 14 2014 10:12 a.m. MDT

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Collie saved his best for last and put up the best season by a receiver in BYU history in 2008. That season, he set school records in receptions (106) and receiving yards (1,538), as well as tying the school record in receiving touchdowns (15). Those totals were good enough for him to place first in the nation in receiving yards, third in receptions and fourth in receiving scores to earn CBSSports.com first-team all-American. His best game of the year came in a 45-42 win over Colorado State when he caught nine passes for 156 yards and three trips to the end zone.

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Ghost Writer

I never saw anyone who could go up and make impossible grabs with DBs draped all over him like Glen Kozlowski.

Anchorage, AK

Ghost Writer, I completely agree, and the guy was as flexible as gumby. He was amazing to watch. Matt Bellini was also awesome but they probably put him under running backs but many, that guy could catch a ball.

Surf is Up
Miami, FL

Ben Cahoon was up there with Koz

North Las Vegas, NV

Remember playing city league softball against Kozlowski. Anything hit his way was an automatic out. An amazing player.

Layton, UT

Chronister was the man!

Silver City, NM

I attended the BYU/Texas Western game when Phil Odle shined in big win. There weren't many BYU fans there, but we cheered them to victory!

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