Updated SEC Baseball Standings

through action of Sunday, April 4.

I hate that Tenn swept Alabama at Tuscaloosa.

Uh, Chip, the Scum won 7-4 Friday night.

Tennessee is at 7-2 for their SEC games; as good as the Hogs…perhaps against better competition.

Tennessee has played Georgia, LSU and Bama. The last two stink, just as Bama and Auburn stink. Is Georgia better than Moo U? I don’t think so.

I watched a bit of the Vol/Bama game today. Vol pitching was suspect. But it was a small sample. They are a good team obviously.

Good. I thought they were swept

Both played Bama so that series is a wash.
They played LSU (1-8) and we played Auburn (1-8)… seems even there.
They played Georgia (3-6) and we played Miss State (5-4)… Arkansas ahead there.

We played 3 top 10 teams to start out the season… Tennessee has no real comparison there.
As per Warren Nolan baseball stats we are the #4 SOS in the nation where Tenn is #50.

Not to throw shade on what Tennessee is accomplishing this year under Tony Vitello, just
saying Arkansas has had the toughest road any way you want to measure it.

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Teams we’ve played so far, from last week’s USA Today coaches poll, with record:

#4 Texas Tech (1-0)
#7 Moo U (3-0)
#8 Texass (1-0)
#11 TCU (1-0)

Tennessee’s ranked opponents:

#25 LSU (3-0); Corndogs will not be ranked when the poll updates tomorrow.

I was just trying to say that I felt Tennessee had a very solid SEC record.

I don’t believe the Hogs have had the toughest SEC schedule thus far. Thus far our SEC home schedule has been ultra-favorable. USC-e, Florida, Vandy all have had tough schedules.

We’ll learn a lot about the Hogs these next three weeks, including road trips versus USC-e and Ole Miss.

Numbers don’t lie. Opinions OTOH are just that.

Vols have Florida and Vandy in the next 2 series, but all games on Rocky Top. Save the analysis for a couple weeks.