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College Baseball Rankings: Oklahoma Tumbles, Texas A&M Rises

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The Florida Gators remain atop the NCAA baseball rankings for a fifth straight week, but there's been some shuffling in the Top 25 among the Big 12's top teams. The Collegiate Baseball Newspaper ranked the Oklahoma Sooners 10th in their college baseball rankings a week after placing them second; Texas A&M climbed from 11th to sixth, vaulting Oklahoma in the process. The USA Today/ESPN rankings were more generous with Oklahoma, dropping them from third to ninth; A&M rose from 13th to ninth. Meanwhile, Texas climbed to the head of the pack in the Big 12 and in the Top 25, placing fourth in the CBN rankings and sixth according to USA Today. The college baseball standings in the Big 12, meanwhile, show a Missouri team that continues to climb from its 3-7 start. 


They're 8-2 since then, although they haven't yet played a conference game; their 11-9 overall record has them ninth in the conference. Missouri begins their conference schedule against Oklahoma on March 25 at Taylor Stadium. After that they'll play three games against Texas, currently tops in the Big 12 with a 3-0 record.