Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin should head west after Johnny Manziel goes pro and becomes the next starting quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles.

The Los Angeles Daily News is reporting that Sumlin is the top target for USC.

Sumlin, who has won 30 games the past two-and-a-half seasons at Houston and Texas A&M, is also mentioned as a possible candidate at Texas. He has quickly became one of the hottest names in college football coaching. Sumlin reportedly will have to weigh the pull of the NFL as well.

Pac-12 Network analyst Rick Neuheisel believes Sumlin is ideal for USC.

“I’m hearing lot of names around the NFL, but I would say a guy like Kevin Sumlin might be the perfect choice,” Neuheisel said.

Where do you think Kevin Sumlin ends up?

By Glenn Erby 


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