Originally Posted by WolverineFan
USC recruits itself. They signed 8 blue-chip recruits the last 2 years while under sanctions. A&M has signed 1 blue-chip in the same time frame.
USC's recruiting is down this year because of Lane Kiffin's implosion. Already, since his firing, top recruits on the west coast are interested in USC again. If Sumlin were at USC, he would bring in top 3 classes every single year.
And A&M can throw a ton of money at Sumlin, but you're fooling yourself if you think USC can't outbid them.
Didn't see this, you basically said the same thing I just posted.
California has an equal amount of top players than does Texas and USC gets their pick of them when they are producing. They also pull recruits from all over the nation, even from Florida.