Great running teams always pop up across the nation.
And while the passing game has become the sexier and more common form of offense in football, a good running game can't be beat.
And while a 50-yard bomb from Peyton Manning to Marvin Harrison is exciting, nothing can beat a back breaking tackles on his way to a touchdown.
But what makes a running game great isn't just one back, its two. Sometimes the quarterback even gets involved.
A great running team is made through depth, and a 1-2 punch. A Batman and Robin, if you will.
And lately, the NCAA has been flurried with great combination backfields. So I saw it fit to make a ranking of the best in the past few seasons, and see how they look in comparison.
I rated these not just on statistics, but on consistency. I rated them on a wow factor. I looked at them through the backs that you could sit and say, "Wow, he could go the distance any time he has the ball."
And so, while there may be some that on paper may have been as good, these are the best on the field.