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College Baseball Power Rankings: Separating the Winners from the Losers

Published by on March 9, 2010

College baseball may be about series wins, but the best teams have to win every game they should win. The beauty of college baseball is that although any team can win on any given day, the best teams will usually always prevail against much worse teams. The best teams always end up in Omaha.

While losses are inevitable, No. 1 Virginia (9-2) cannot lose to the likes of Wright State with ace Danny Hultzen on the mound. While Virginia completed the Virginia tournament, which pitted the Cavaliers against Ivy champion Dartmouth and the Horizon League's best team (and at-large CWS participant), Wright State, with an impressive 3-1 record, No. 3 Florida State's (10-0) dominance over No. 4 Florida and previously-No. 29 Georgia disallows Virginia from dropping non-conference games against unranked opponents.

Anyway, this last weekend in college baseball gave us a true glimpse of the teams we should expect in Omaha, and those who will struggle this season. Teams like Virginia, Florida State, Florida, and Texas asserted themselves as the most elite, while Big West powerhouses Cal State Fullerton and UC Irvine are falling by the wayside.

This considered, on to the power...

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