I'm having a senior moment, and I can't remember who started opposite Ainge in '81. Steve Craig? Scott Runia? I know Greg Ballif was the first guard off the bench. Anyway, any backcourt with Ainge is probably always going to be the best alltime. But two others were pretty good: Dick Nemelka and Jeff Congdon (I was thirteen, but I remember watching the NIT) were great, and Doug Richards and Belmont Anderson in the early '70s were a good duo, but their team sucked (I believe the team featured, among others, Mark Handy, whose B-Ball aptitude was commensurate with his overall wisdom, reflected in his belief that, being only 6'11", he could stealthily slip into and out of state liquor stores without fear of detection.
Back on point... Do Jimmer and Jackson, in addition to having the most distinctive names, have a shot at displacing Ainge and whomever I've forgotten as BYU's best alltime backcourt?