Updated: Feb 23, 2020
The first games of the year are in the books, and it is time to rethink the top 25. Our College Baseball Power Rankings are results focused and give credit to teams who have won games.
Texas Tech takes over the number one spot after scoring 65 runs in four games. Their totally reworked rotation clicked throughout the weekend as the Red Raiders only allowed a total of 11 runs.
Arkansas starts a run of four straight SEC teams, followed by Georgia, Mississippi State, and Ole Miss. The Rebels upset Louisville in Oxford, winning two out of three. The Cardinals fall from the top spot to number six.
Auburn, Miami, Michigan, and UCLA round out the top ten of the College Baseball Top 25.
LSU, Florida, and Vanderbilt fill spots 11-13. The Commodores fall from the second spot after a 1-2 finish in the MLB4 Tournament. Duke lands at number 14, followed by fellow North Carolina schools, ECU and UNC. Florida State checks in at number 17.
Arizona State slips to number 18 from the fifth spot. The Sun Devils struggled on offense, scoring only 11 runs in a 2-2 start to the season. NC State and Texas A&M fill the 19th and 20th spots.
Three Big West teams take spots 21-23, including UCSB, Cal State Fullerton, and Cal Poly. UCSB and Cal State Fullerton both won road series. The Gauchos took down Sacramento State, and the Titans defeated Stanford. Cal Poly scored a marquee win over Vanderbilt in the MLB4 Tournament.
Oklahoma and TCU join the top 25 as the Sooners defeated Virginia on the road, and the Horned Frogs swept Kentucky in Forth Worth.
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