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3/4/2013 3:21:02 PM

Kendall
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Here you go, gang:

http://www.perfectgame.org/Articles/View.aspx?article=8116

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3/4/2013 5:44:13 PM

Florida Beaver
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Hard to argue with the top 3, but not sure why a 9-2 Stanford with a series loss to a now 6-5 Rice and a 8-2 UCLA are ranked above a 12-0 Oregon State. I would think just the away series sweep against a San Diego State that swept San Diego would be enough. Other than UCLA and the Cardinal being ranked above OSU to start the year, I can't see a reason for the Beavs to have not jumped those 2 clubs. Just my opinion.
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3/4/2013 6:01:49 PM

OpihiMan
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...not to mention team has a 0.83 ERA... bullpen has 0.00 ERA, with 4 wins away, 4 neutral, and 4 at home.
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3/5/2013 11:34:21 AM

Riverduck
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Florida Beaver wrote:
Hard to argue with the top 3, but not sure why a 9-2 Stanford with a series loss to a now 6-5 Rice and a 8-2 UCLA are ranked above a 12-0 Oregon State. I would think just the away series sweep against a San Diego State that swept San Diego would be enough. Other than UCLA and the Cardinal being ranked above OSU to start the year, I can't see a reason for the Beavs to have not jumped those 2 clubs. Just my opinion.

Not really sure on the talent they have played yet. Watching Bryant serve up meat pitches all week long made me wonder. I think Stanford and Rice have always been ahead, and with the polls, you can lose 1 in a series, and it has no illl effect IMO. If all teams keep winning their series, the only way for OSU to jump Stanford or UCLA, is to beat those teams.. which will come up sooner than later.
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3/6/2013 12:13:20 AM

Kendall
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Riverduck wrote:
Florida Beaver wrote:
Hard to argue with the top 3, but not sure why a 9-2 Stanford with a series loss to a now 6-5 Rice and a 8-2 UCLA are ranked above a 12-0 Oregon State. I would think just the away series sweep against a San Diego State that swept San Diego would be enough. Other than UCLA and the Cardinal being ranked above OSU to start the year, I can't see a reason for the Beavs to have not jumped those 2 clubs. Just my opinion.

Not really sure on the talent they have played yet. Watching Bryant serve up meat pitches all week long made me wonder. I think Stanford and Rice have always been ahead, and with the polls, you can lose 1 in a series, and it has no illl effect IMO. If all teams keep winning their series, the only way for OSU to jump Stanford or UCLA, is to beat those teams.. which will come up sooner than later.


Good question. I saw Stanford a couple of weeks ago against Rice, and I'll see Oregon State in a couple of weekends at home against Arizona State. I'd say let the season play out, but right now, I think you really could go with either one in that slot right now.

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