SEC Baseball Power Poll

SEC Baseball Power Poll

South Carolina, Mississippi State, Missouri, Tennessee, Florida, Auburn and Ole Miss all had series wins after a wild SEC baseball weekend full of surprises. Here's a look at our updated SEC Power Poll for Week 6.

1, Last Week: 1 34-8 (14-4) The Gators continue to roll. They won 2 out of 3 in a road series at Kentucky. Can anyone in the SEC win a series with the Gators? Home series with Auburn.
2, Last Week: 4 32-9 (10-8) Ole Miss dropped the first of three to Georgia on Friday by a close 3-2 score. The Rebs then rebounded to win the next two to take the series. Another home series this weekend, with LSU, offers Ole Miss a chance to gain ground in the SEC West. Home series with LSU.
3, Last Week: 3 24-16 (10-8) Vanderbilt dropped game one at Missouri by a disappointing 2-1 score, behind two Commodore errors. A 3-2 deficit on Friday earned the 'Dores their first series loss ever to the Tigers. Vandy rebounded on Saturday to take the series and a avoid just their second series sweep in over 5 years. Home series with South Carolina.
4, Last Week: 2 28-13 (10-8) What in the world happened to the Razorbacks? The Hogs get swept in Starkville by Mississippi State. Probably the most shocking series result of the season. Arkansas is still tied for the lead in the West, so all is not lost. A home series with struggling Alabama should be good medicine for the Hogs. Home series with Alabama.
5, Last Week: 6 27-13 (10-8) Georgia dropped a road series with Ole Miss but the Bulldogs are still contending for 2nd place in the SEC East. UGA has shown great improvement this season and should be a shoe in for the NCAA if they take care of business down the stretch. With upcoming series with Arkansas and Florida looming, they can't afford to overlook Tennessee this weekend. Home series with Tennessee.
6, Last Week: 11 23-17 (9-9) South Carolina gets big sweep of LSU in Columbia. The series victory that puts the Gamecocks back into contention for a good seeding in the SEC Tournament. A sweep over LSU also can't hurt with NCAA seedings down the road. A road series at Vandy this weekend will be one of the top SEC matchups of the week. Road series at Vanderbilt.
7, Last Week: 7 29-11 (9-9) A&M, like many in the SEC have this season, took two steps forward and then a step back with a series loss at at Tennessee this weekend. The Aggies had better be careful this weekend in Starkville. State of late has been on a roll at home. Road series at Mississippi State.
8, Last Week: 5 24-17 (9-9) A miserable weekend for a proud LSU program, losing three in Columbia. Things don't get any easier with a series at Ole Miss this week followed by a series with Arkansas. Road series at Ole Miss.
9, Last Week: 10 29-12 (9-9) Auburn took it to rival Alabama in Tuscaloosa, sweeping the Tide. The Tigers win the series by a combined 44-10 score. Runs won't come as easy this weekend in Gainesville. Road series at Florida.
10, Last Week: 9 27-13 (8-10) Mizzou gets a big series win at home versus No. 10 Vanderbilt. A trip to Kentucky this weekend will be a challenge as it's just hard to win on the road in the SEC. Road series at Kentucky
11, Last Week: 8 26-14 (8-10) The Cats had their turn with Florida this weekend and avoided disaster by pulling out a win and avoiding the hated sweep. UK is back home this weekend facing an improved Missouri team. Home series with Missouri.
12, Last Week: 14 22-19 (8-10 State pulled off the surprise of the weekend by sweeping a tough Arkansas team in Starkville. State now has as good of a shot as any of the middle 12 of making the SEC Tourney. Down the road State hosts Florida for the two team's series finale. Don't discount these Bulldogs in that one. Home series with Texas A&M.
13, Last Week: 12 24-18 (7-11) Tennessee gets a huge series win over Texas A&M with a 6-4 win on Sunday. The improved Vols travel to Georgia this weekend. Road series at Georgia.
14, Last Week: 13 22-20 (5-13) How do you give up 44 runs to your rival at home? Mind boggling. Road series at Arkansas.

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