"It changes the whole landscape of the sport, where it's often individualized," USC baseball Coach Frank Cruz said. "You don't care if you win or lose. You're trying to throw 90 mph and run fast. People tend to dismiss the team game, and I don't think that's good for the game."
USC football Coach Lane Kiffin said high school games remain "the No. 1 evaluation tool."
"Game film. That's real ball with pads on," Kiffin said. "All of the other stuff is part of a process. But our No. 1 thing that we're always going to go back to in evaluations is game film."