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Broussard's probably 3rd on the depth chart, maybe 4th if you don't list Hester as a fullback.
Keiland Williams and Richard Murphy are definitely ahead of him right now, and maybe Hester and Charles Scott too. Broussard is always in Les Miles' doghouse, and for good reason. Hes got all world potential but hes lazy and out of shape.
I'm gonna have to go with Clemson, C.J. Spiller is a combination of size and speed that blows most out of the water, and James Davis is a horse.
A pair that I kinda want to see next season is Miami (Javarris James & Graig Cooper) also I think Allen Patrick and DeMarco Murray will be a pair to keep an eye on at Oklahoma
Noel is definantley coming to West Virginia, he probably won't do much else other than kick returns I don't think. Him paired with Darius Reynaud on kickoffs is gonna be amazing in Morgantown next year though...
Just kidding. I wish Michigan had a pure speed guy to compliment him, but as far as the question goes, I like McFadden and Jones, followed closely by Spiller and Davis, and whatever 2 USC running backs you wanna throw out there
Darren McFadden and Felix Jones is easily the best. They are a monster combo.
They are followed by James Davis and C.J. Spiller. Their styles fit well together.
I've gotta be a bit of a homer hear and say that a very underrated combo is Lance Ball and Keon Lattimore for Maryland. They combined for 334 carries, 1558 yards, 11 rushing TD's, and 31 catches. They also share a very balanced workload with Lance at 174 carries and Keon at 160.