Mississippi State, the only other team in the nation that has won every game it has played, moved to No. 6. Nebraska swept through the Dairy Queen Classic in Minneapolis, Minn., to improve to 8-2 and move up to No. 14 in a week where several teams in the middle of the rankings struggled.
Texas A&M became the first team to win a nonconference series at Florida since 2000 and joined the rankings at No. 20. Florida, which has lost five of its last seven games, slipped 10 spots to No. 15. Arizona State and Cal Poly each rejoined the rankings after weekend series victories.
Kansas makes its 2006 debut in the Top 25 at No. 25 following a 3-0 week and 13-4 start. The Jayhawks last were ranked in March 2003.
The staff of Baseball America determines the Top 25 rankings. Records indicated are through games of March 5 and do not include ties.
1. Georgia Tech
4. North Carolina
6. Mississippi State
7. Cal State Fullerton
8. Florida State
9. South Carolina
11. Oregon State
13. Louisiana State
17. Arizona State
20. Texas A&M
22. Long Beach State
24. Cal Poly
Dropped Out: North Carolina State (18), Texas Christian (21), Winthrop (24), San Diego (25).
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