10:16 AM ET 11.16 | Now that Art Briles is officially off the market at least until RG4 is on his radar, who's the hottest coaching commodity in Texas? Kevin Sumlin, time to renegotiate again. The Texas A&M coach has been reported as the top choice for USC, a wild card at Texas and a long shot with the Houston Texans. He may also benefit from the NFL's Rooney Rule, which requires teams to interview at least one minority candidate for the positions of head coach or general manager. The NFL has just four minority coaches, and Minnesota's Leslie Frazier may soon be missing from that group. Concerns were raised when all 15 NFL hires after last season -- eight head coaches, seven general managers -- were white. The subsequent rumbling from Tony Dungy, Herm Edwards and others could lead the NFL to twist arms. At the very least, more candidates from outside the NFL could be added to the pool. Stanford's David Shaw and Sumlin would be ideal. Even if the only intention of some is to live up to the rule's requirements, teams will soon be impressed. If Sumlin isn't interested in another job, he's doing a good job of hiding his feelings. He received an extension and raise in February that provides a base of $3.1 million through 2017, which is nice, but still well short of Briles' $4 million-plus through 2023.