First time poster here, so be gentle. No better way to start than this:
The spread-option offense seems to open the door to versatility and the element of surprise. With nearly every college team in America having some sort of spread package, it is somewhat surprising to me that I have not seen any two-QB formations. With two or more QBs that can run and throw, the possibilities seem to be endless.
One play comes to mind. Several years ago against Minnesota, Steve Breaston lined up behind three other receivers. Navarre threw Breaston the ball, only to have it thrown back to him. I can't remember if Navarre actually ran it for a TD, but it was pretty exciting watching him hustle down the field. Imagine if Navarre actually had wheels.
Not every play has to be that fancy, but you get the point. Suppose Tate (white Jesus) and Denard (black lightning) pan out to be superheroes. Why not start them both?