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North Carolina, Georgia and Wake Forest enter Week 13 baseball Power 10

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There are a ton of changes in the Week 13 college baseball Power 10. Let’s dive in.


1. Tennessee (Previous: 1)

Tennessee stays on top for the second week after winning the series over Vandy. The Vols haven’t lost an SEC series since March. 

2. Kentucky (4)

Kentucky is at 2 — the Wildcats won the series over Florida with TWO extra inning wins. Ryan Nicholson sent one over the scoreboard in the first game for his first of two homers in the evening. 

3. Arkansas (5)

Arkansas is back up a bit, winning a big series over Mississippi State. The Razorbacks scored nine unanswered runs to overcome a six-run deficit to pull out the series-clinching win on Sunday. 

4. Texas A&M (2)

Numbers 4-10 are tough to order now. Texas A&M moves down a few after dropping the series to Ole Miss. They still post 17 wins in the SEC, though, so they’re not pushed out of the top 5. 

5. Oregon State (8)

I have Oregon State back in top 5. The Beavers clocked four wins last week with a sweep over UCLA. Micah McDowell hit two home runs, including a fifth-inning grand slam for a run-rule on Sunday. 

6. North Carolina (NR)

The Diamond Heels feel interchangeable here at 5 or 6 spot, moving way up with a lot of teams dropping out. They’ve got the best record in the ACC right now, with a sweep over Wake Forest at the end of March adding to their profile.

7. Georgia (NR)

Hello Georgia. The Dawgs enter at No. 7 — we knew this team had an offense but the pitching has been coming alive. They had a second-straight SEC series sweep over South Carolina this weekend, out-scoring the Gamecocks 39 runs to 21. Usually it’s Charlie Condon but Tre Phelps went off this weekend too with 4 bombs. 

8. Wake Forest (NR)

Wake is back in at 8 after sweeping Clemson…

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