The SEC's top QB-WR tandems

The league could have several elite passing combos this season

Updated: May 15, 2012, 5:08 PM ET
By KC Joyner | ESPN Insider
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The SEC is known for a lot of things -- innovative coaching, dominant defenses, some of the best traditions in college football and, of course, national championships.

What this power conference is not known for -- at least in recent seasons -- is dominant quarterback/wide receiver tandems.

That could change in 2012, as the SEC has a significant number of returning quarterback/wide receiver tandems that were strong last season and, with a bit of development, could easily reach the point where they are capable of keeping up with just about any tandem in the country.

Here are the top five candidates:


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