10 College Football Programs That Should Run a 2-QB System

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10 College Football Programs That Should Run a 2-QB System
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There are three good reasons to run a two-quarterback system and one bad one:

1. You have two great quarterbacks with different styles of play. (Good)

2. You have no idea how your quarterbacks play in real games, and you need to find out before you commit to one. (Good)

3. You have a great quarterback and a good one, but the great one is leaving soon. (Good)

4. Both your quarterbacks are terrible, and you really are just grasping at straws to find a win. (Bad)

College football is full of teams that are just one minor adjustment away from making a BCS bowl. For this piece, we will focus on the teams that don't have a lot of time to waste.

In these 10 situations, running the two-quarterback system may be the difference between a BCS bowl and a 5-7 season that nobody cares to remember. (Unless you're Washington State, then the 5-7 season would be a step in the right direction.)

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