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Old 10-04-2013   #68
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Default Re: IS USC Better Than TAMU?

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Originally Posted by thunderkyss View Post
If we were to go to San Diego & ask 100 people if they knew the name of the last two Texas A&M head coaches were, how many do you think would answer with 1 correct name?

If we were to go to Houston & ask 100 people if they knew the name of the last two USC coaches, how many do you think would answer with 1 correct name?

If you were to ask 1,000 people in San Francisco to name 2 people that ever QB'd for A&M, how many would come up with a correct name?

If you were to ask 1,000 people in San Antonio to name 2 people that ever QB'd for USC, how many would come up with a correct name?


True enough, A&M is closer to a National Title than USC, but as soon as those sanction measures are done, USC will be back on top again.
To be fair, I'm pretty sure anyone who watches football could say "Johnny Manziel and Ryan Tannehill" nowadays.

The talent that A&M puts out on the NFL level also draws attention to the college program itself. If A&M starts putting out more quality NFL talent (and by the looks of things, A&M is going to make a name for itself as O-Line University) it will become more and more relevant.
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