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College World Series 2014: Power Ranking Remaining Teams in Omaha

Published by on June 19, 2014

Unlike past years, where there have been upsets in Omaha, the 2014 College World Series has largely played out as expected. Of the five teams still standing, four are No. 1 seeds and the other is a No. 2 seed. 

The only top seed who has gone down so far is Louisville, which started out playing another No. 1 seed in Vanderbilt and ran into a Texas squad that really caught fire on the pitching side once it matched up with the Cardinals in an elimination game. 

With just one matchup to go before reaching the semifinals, it seems like as good a time as any to look at how each team stands in the College World Series hierarchy. These rankings are a combination of how teams are playing right now and the strength of the roster. 


No. 5 Mississippi

An offense-based team, the most alarming aspect of Mississippi's stint in Omaha is how lackluster the club has looked with the bats. Through two games, the Rebels have scored just three runs and ha...

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