June 24, 2011; Omaha, NE, USA; Vanderbilt Commodores head coach Tim Corbin (4) watches from the dugout prior to the game against the Florida Gators during the 2011 College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park. Mandatory Credit: Bruce Thorson-USA TODAY Sports

SEC Baseball Power Rankings

1. Vanderbilt (19-2, 3-0)

The Commodores have been rolling with a road series win at Oregon and a sweep at Auburn. It’s no surprise as they are 8th nationally in team ERA and 11th in runs.

2. South Carolina (17-3, 2-1)

Pitcher Nolan Belcher currently leads the NCAA in K/BB ratio at 36/1.

3. LSU (18-2, 2-1)

Power hitter Mason Katz’s 9 home runs are 3rd in the NCAA and tops in the SEC.

4. Ole Miss (20-2, 2-1)

Shortstop Austin Anderson leads the NCAA in AB/K at 88/1. Even more impressive is the second best is at just 55/1.

5. Kentucky (16-3, 2-1)

The Wildcats are 17th in the NCAA in team ERA at 2.45, which is only good for 6th best in their own conference.

6. Mississippi State (19-4, 1-2)

After playing 22 of their first 23 games in Starkville (other was in Pearl), the Bulldogs travel to Kentucky this week to try and break their 2-4 skid.

7. Texas A&M (14-7, 3-0)

A&M has lost two series this season and 2 of 3 in the AFCC tournament, but they bounced back with an opening conference week sweep of Georgia.

8. Arkansas (14-7, 1-2)

The preseason No.1 Razorbacks dropped a rare series at Baum Stadium and they travel to South Carolina on Friday.

9. Alabama (11-9, 2-1)

Outscored Tennessee 27-1 on Friday and Sunday.

10. Florida (9-12, 1-2)

This time last year the Gators were 19-1 and No.1 in the country. This year they’ve already dropped three home series.

11. Tennessee (10-9, 1-2)

The Vols are 3-7 away from Knoxville including a bashing in Tuscaloosa this weekend.

12. Missouri (6-9, 1-2)

Opened up the year being swept by Southern Miss and Memphis, but managed to salvage a road win at South Carolina.

13. Auburn (13-6, 0-3) 

Their seven-win streak was snapped by a home sweep courtesy of Vanderbilt.

14. Georgia (8-12, 0-3)

Hard to believe that a school with the best prep baseball in the world in their own backyard has already lost series to Georgia Southern and Belmont.


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