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Ole Miss baseball cracks top-10 in latest Top 25 poll

The Rebs weren’t the only ones who had a good week.

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Good morning, Red Cup Community. The D1Baseball Top 25 roundup is back and, hey look, the boys are top 10 now! The latest rankings from the college baseball website didn’t change much up top, but there are several new teams in the mix and some familiar names dropped in the poll.

Vanderbilt, Louisville, Georgia, and Texas Tech, who round out the top five, combined to go 20-1 last week. The lone loss, just as you drew it up, was suffered by the No. 2 Commodores at the hands of the...

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Warriors of Hawaii.

The UCLA Bruins enjoyed an undefeated week and have joined Ole Miss in the Top-10. John Savage’s ball club defeated the Waves of Pepperdine, the Cowboys of Oklahoma State, the Aggies of Texas A&M, and the Illini of Illinois.

D1Baseball Top 25 — March 2nd

Rank Team
Rank Team
1 Florida (11-0)
2 Vanderbilt (10-3)
3 Louisville (8-3)
4 Georgia (11-1)
5 Texas Tech (11-1)
6 UCLA (11-0)
7 Miami (8-3)
8 NC State (11-0)
9 Ole Miss (10-1)
10 Arizona State (8-4)
11 Florida State (8-3)
12 Duke (9-2)
13 Arkansas (7-3)
14 UCF (11-2)
15 Oklahoma (9-3)
16 Michigan (6-4)
17 Long Beach State (8-3)
18 Mississippi State (7-4)
19 Auburn (10-3)
20 Tennessee (12-0)
21 LSU (7-5)
22 TCU (10-1)
23 Tulane (9-2)
24 Pepperdine (10-1)
25 Dallas Baptist (8-3)

SEC West opponents Arkansas, LSU, and Mississippi State had tough weeks. The Bulldogs went 2-3, losing a road series to Long Beach State, the Razorbacks went winless in Houston at the Shriners College Classic at Minute Maid Park, and LSU struggled in Houston, too, getting no-hit by Oklahoma in their finale.

Other future opponents that had notable weeks are the Georgia Bulldogs, who swept in-state rival Georgia Tech on the way to a perfect 4-0 week, and the Auburn Tigers who continue to rip the cover off the baseball en route to their own 4-0 week.

The SEC naturally leads everyone with a whopping nine(!) teams in the Top 25 poll while the ACC is second with five.