CBN Top 25: 3/25

CBN Staff  |  3/25/13                                

Before we get to the rankings, here are a couple of notes:

– While Florida Gulf Coast, Wichita St., Harvard and LaSalle were busting brackets all over the basketball world, there was quite a bit of shake up going on in the baseball world as well. While the top five remained the same, a lot of movement went on after that as Ole Miss and South Carolina drop out of the top 10 following series losses.

– With those two out, Oregon finds themselves back in. They re-enter the Top 10 after sweeping Arizona. Brian O'Connor's Virginia club continues to play great baseball and thus, continue to rise to the top. The Cavaliers make their first appearance in the top 10, moving up five spots following a sweep of North Carolina St.

– Houston, Indiana, and Gonzaga are this week's new faces. The Hoosiers are particularly impressive as they extended their win streak with a sweep of Penn St. to open Big Ten Conference play. It's about time we had some northern exposure to the polls, right?

And now this:


 RNK  TEAMREC PVS 
1LSU22-21
2North Carolina21-12
3Oregon St.21-23
4UCLA 17-44
5Vanderbilt21-45
6Cal St. Fullerton21-36
7Florida St.20-29
8Kentucky 18-510
9Oregon 18-612
10Virginia 23-2 15
11Oklahoma 22-414
12Arkansas                    17-717
13Ole Miss 21-47
14South Carolina 18-68
15Georgia Tech                                                     18-511
16Notre Dame14-618
17Mississippi St.                               21-613
18Rice 18-822
19Oklahoma St.19-423
20Houston 21-4  NR
21Indiana 21-4NR
22Louisville 19-416
23Arizona St. 13-7-1 20
24North Carolina St.16-9  19
25Gonzaga 14-7-1NR
DROPPED FROM RANKINGS:  Arizona (21), Central Arkansas (23)
Virginia Tech (25)
MISSED THE CUT: Texas A&M, UC-Irvine, Cal Poly, Miami (Fla.), Mercer,
South Alabama, Virginia Tech, UNC-Wilmington, Georgia Southern,
Southeastern Louisiana




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