Florida Falls In USA Today/ESPN College Baseball Coaches’ Poll – Feb. 27

February 28, 2012
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Florida has been the unanimous number one team in the nation in the major polls since before the start of the 2012 season, but the Gators have dropped in one major poll this week. Florida (7-1) has slipped from first to second in this week’s USA Today/ESPN College Baseball Coaches’ Poll. The Gators were replaced at the top of the poll by Stanford (7-0) which has recorded series sweeps over then No. 11 Vanderbilt and then No. 8 Texas over the first two weekends of the season.

Team – Record – Points

1. Stanford (7-0) – 747

2. Florida (7-1) – 743

3. South Carolina (6-0) – 731

4. Rice (8-0) – 661

5. Texas A&M (6-1) – 606

6. North Carolina (5-1) – 589

7. Arkansas (7-1) – 580

8. Miami (7-0) – 548

9. Florida State (6-1) – 540

10. Georgia (7-0) – 431

11. Georgia Tech (6-2) – 429

12. Oregon (7-1) – 298

13. Arizona (5-2) – 247

14. Virginia (5-1-1) – 243

15. Cal State Fullerton (3-3) 239

16. Texas (2-5) – 224

17. Louisville (6-1) – 212

18. TCU (2-4) – 191

19. Clemson (4-2) – 181

20. LSU (5-2) – 179

21. Baylor (6-2) – 150

22. Oklahoma (4-2) – 149

23. Southern Cal (7-0) – 115

24. UCLA (4-3) -109

25. Ole Miss (5-1) – 106

Dropped Out: No. 12 Vanderbilt, No. 19 Oregon State, No. 21 St. John’s, No. 22 California

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