It seems to me that Guiton's immense success will be attributed to Hermann's coaching and his system. A school struggling with their current coach, especially on offense, has to see what he did with the #70 dual threat QB recruit in the country and think he can greatly increase the output of the current QBs on their team's roster. It would be one thing if Heisman candidate Braxton Miller was putting up these numbers, but it's the unknown 5th yr lifelong backup qb with no real NFL physical traits. That, coupled with his recruiting success in TX, should really make him a top candidate for schools like Nebraska, TCU (Patterson to Texas?), and Kansas St (Snyder retiring?) as they possibly go hunting for new coaches this offseason.