College Football's Most Dangerous Dual-Threat Quarterbacks for 2013

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College Football's Most Dangerous Dual-Threat Quarterbacks for 2013
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Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel can torch defenses with both his arm and his legs

We’re now starting to see an exciting trend develop in college football. Every year, it seems as if a new dual-threat quarterback rises up and becomes the most talked-about player in the sport.

In 2010, it was Auburn’s Cam Newton.

In 2011, it was Baylor’s Robert Griffin III.

And, of course, this past season, it was Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel, who burst onto the national scene.

All three players ended up taking home college football’s most prestigious award, the Heisman Trophy. Now, the question is, will we see another athletic dual-threat quarterback continue the trend and take home the award next season?

It’s certainly a strong possibility, since there are so many physically gifted quarterbacks who can beat a defense with both their arms and their legs.

Here’s a look at college football’s best dual-threat quarterbacks for the 2013 season.

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