Re: IS USC Better Than TAMU?
I think the recruiting angle is fairly negligible honestly. While USC might be looked on more favorably than A&M by the national population, there are a **** ton of talented kids coming out of Texas H.S. Football programs, especially QB's. USC might be easier to recruit a talented defense due to it's "linebacker U" label, but a coach like Sumlin probably gets his choice of QB's, WR's and O-linemen.
He can more than likely dig up the kind of recruits that he would need to compete in the SEC, and his schemes seem really good at putting up gaudy numbers. Right now, Sumlin is either some kind of offensive mastermind, or he's gotten extremely lucky in who he took over for and what they already had on the roster. I'm leaning towards the former since he did it with UH and with TAMU.