Run or Gun: Categorizing College Football's Dual-Threat QBs of 2010

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Run or Gun: Categorizing College Football's Dual-Threat QBs of 2010

It used to be every college coach was looking for the next Dan Marino or Peyton Manning. You know the type—big, strapping, prototypical quarterbacks who can zip the football down the field.

Now if there is another Marino or John Elway available, there’s still a place for guys like that.

Just ask Ryan Mallett, who found a home at Arkansas when Rich Rodriguez didn't see how he'd fit into his spread offense at Michigan.

But with the evolution of the spread and no-huddle offenses, along with the return of the triple option, dual-threat quarterbacks are becoming more and more popular with many programs.

So now coaches are looking for the next Michael Vick, Pat White...or God forbid, Tim Tebow.

So here’s a look at 21 of the better dual-threat quarterbacks returning in 2010.

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