By the way, I got my undergrad degree from Michigan. One of my good buddies got his MAcc from there too. I definitely considered it.
I chose USC because I had limited accounting experience coming in and their summer intensive program was what I needed.
I couldn't be happier with my decision to attend USC. The job placement was amazing. 98% of us had jobs by November, before we even took our Fall term finals. Approximately 75-80% with Big 4 firms. We are an incredibly tight group. I've made many friends and created an incredible network. The administrators of the program are amazing. They are your personal advocates and do a wonderful job running the program. I could go on and on. It has far exceded my expectations.
I know many prospective students focus on rankings. Here is how your 3 choices stack up according to the Public Accounting Reports 2006 rankings:
http://bus.utk.edu/cba/News_Articles/Ac ... g_2006.htm
I don't think the difference between these really makes a difference. Just make the best decision for you.