I'm not trying to create trouble, but the Power Rankings require some explanation. There are already at least six organizations publishing top 25 rankings and I am in no way opposed to more. I think all of these rankings are trying to rate a teams likelihood of winning in Omaha. Is this what the CBN rankings intend to do or is it trying to rate the teams chance at having the most home runs or slugging percentage? If the latter perhaps we should have fielding and pitching rankings as well. Why not all four. That would be interesting.
Who has access to this, is it just college coaches? I find it interesting that NCAA makes women softball portal accessible to all but not mens college baseball. With all the concern for safety and what not, just seems strange they allow the public to have access to the women. Softball America posts the portal on their website (membership required). Has anyone seen the baseball one posted anywhere? Thru 247sports I've seen college football posted, but have not seen basketball. You'd think it would be standard one way or another across the board, again though, we're talking about the NCAA. With the clock turning to 2020 and programs starting back up I'm seeing a few mentions of transfers dribbling in but am curious who else out there I haven't heard transfer.