Rankings for week of March 28

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Rank Team Overall Record Record Last Week Previous Rank
1 Tennessee 23-1 4-0 5
2 Arkansas 18-4 2-1 3
3 Oregon State 17-5 3-1 6
4 Virginia 22-2 3-1 10
5 Florida State 16-7 3-1 7
6 Oklahoma State 18-6 4-0 9
7 Texas Tech 20-5 3-1 16
8 Texas 19-7 2-2 2
9 Vanderbilt 19-4 2-2 4
10 Ole Miss 16-7 1-3 1
11 Louisville 19-5 3-1 18
12 TCU 18-5 4-0 19
13 LSU 17-7 2-2 21
14 Florida 17-7 2-2 8
15 Arizona 17-7 2-3 11
16 Notre Dame 12-5 0-1 12
17 Miami 17-6 4-0 NR
18 North Carolina 18-6 1-3 13
19 Dallas Baptist 15-8 3-1 NR
20 Texas State 20-5 2-2 20
21 Oregon 16-7 3-1 NR
22 Georgia Tech 16-9 1-4 14
23 Georgia 18-6 2-2 17
24 Gonzaga 16-6 2-2 23
25 Connecticut 17-5 3-2 25
Dropped Out
Liberty 15-7 1-3 15
Maryland 18-5 2-2 22
Clemson 16-7 1-3 24
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The Razorbacks are No. 2 in the coaches poll.

Our record is good, but I can’t help but think we’re getting a lot of credit for how well we did last year. We’re starting with the easier part of the SEC schedule. (By “easier” I don’t mean “easy.” I just mean it appears the better teams are later in the season. MSU would normally be one of the hardest, but they don’t appear to be quite as good as they were last year, either.)

We don’t seem to be nearly as good this year (so far) as we were last year. That said, that may not be a bad thing. Was it great to be ranked # 1 almost all year? Yes. Great to win the SECT? Yes. Would I have given both of those up to beat NCState one more time and go tot the World Series? In a second.

I am hoping this team gets better and better and ends up passing up last year’s team as far as the playoffs.

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Oh, no doubt about it. It’s the CWS that counts. Also know the best team doesn’t necessarily or even commonly win the CWS. But being the best still gives you the best chance of doing so. Besides, winning now has a lot to do with tourney seeding & that can also help. It just didn’t make the magical difference for us last year.

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