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Wow, the top 3 teams (Florida, Stanford, USC) are playing some great baseball. I think Stanford has proven the most thus far by sweeping Texas this past weekend by a combined score of 28-5. It doesn't matter if this isn't your typical Texas team, that's just domination.
Not that it matters, but at this point in the season I would have Stanford #1 followed by USC and then Florida. However, It looks like all three are near-locks to make it to Omaha. But you know how baseball goes sometimes.
Here is a link to the capsules which are a little more informative, in case anyone is interested:
Waren Nolan does not think much of Stanfords wins or its schedule
2012 Men's College Baseball Rating Percentage Index (RPI) Live - a ranking of teams based on their win percentage and strength of schedule (their opponents' average win percentage and their opponents' opponents' average win percentage) and sometimes additional or bonus factors such as game location or site updated every five minutes.
Who would have thought vandy would fall out of the top 25 after the first two weeks of the season... not this guy.
This post was edited by usccocker03 2 years ago
RPI this early in the season doesn't mean much, It takes Texas' record too much into account, which has 3 extra losses due to playing Stanford. Not saying this is a worthless poll, but at this point in time I take it with a grain of salt.
I think it is worthless. LOL
Of course I think that at the end of the year also. But it is a little important to the NCAA.
agreed, it shouldn't be as important as it is. It doesn't account for logic, but I suppose that is what the human polls are for...
Anybody notice climpsun @ 75th in the RPI ranking....? LOL Yea I know... I think they're over ranked too.
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