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Old 10-04-2013   #47
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Default Re: IS USC Better Than TAMU?

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Originally Posted by steelbtexan View Post
2 bits 4 bits 6 bits a dollar Rah Rah Rah go Ags

A century of football says otherwise.

Have you objectively looked at your defense? When has Sumlin ever had an avg defense?
SteelB, he's talking about right now, not a century of football before. Also, let's be real and talk about A&M after it transitioned from a military college to a more conventional university.

The defense has the quality in terms of recruits. Right now it is young. It will improve by next year. We've got young guys out there - Darrian Claiborne (who looks like the answer at ILB), Isaiah Golden, Devante Harris.

They have all the talent to make the jump to at least a decent defense, it's up to Snyder to use that talent. They play bad now, but talent + experience should result in improvement next year.

As far as the future is concerned:

Rivals has A&M's 2014 recruiting class (for now) ranked at 13, USC is at 63. It doesn't matter if it's Manziel or whatever - relevancy brings recruits, and recruits set up success for years to come.
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