College Football's Most Lethal WR Duos for the 2013 Season

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College Football's Most Lethal WR Duos for the 2013 Season
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The days of college football offenses only having one great receiver are long gone. As spread offenses gain popularity and the sport becomes faster, coaching staffs are doing their best to put more athletes on the field.

We need more speed, more playmakers and guys who can catch!

Last season, wide receiver duos such as West Virginia's Stedman Bailey and Tavon Austin set the bar high. It's also worth noting that USC's Robert Woods and Marqise Lee weren't too shabby. And how about Clemson's Sammy Watkins and DeAndre Hopkins?

Terrific wide receiver duos are becoming more popular, especially in the SEC and ACC.

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