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    Eight Ranked In USA Today Baseball Poll

    In today's newly released USA Today Top 25 Coaches Poll, eight teams from the Southeastern Conference are listed among the nation's elite. The Arkansas Razorbacks are the top team in the country, receiving 10 first place votes a poll-high 715 total points. Arkansas was 46-22 last season.

    Also included in the top five are LSU (3) and South Carolina (5). Vanderbilt rounds out the SEC's slots in the top 10, with the Commodores checking in at number eight.

    View the entire poll below.

    USA TODAY SPORTS TOP 25 COACHES’ POLL — Jan. 24, 2013
    SEC In Bold

        
        1.    Arkansas (46-22)   
        2.    UCLA (48-16)   
        3.    LSU (47-18)  
        4.    North Carolina (46-16)    
        5.    South Carolina (49-20)   
        6.    Oregon (46-19)   
        7.    Stanford (41-18)   
        8.    Vanderbilt (35-28)   
        9.    Florida State (50-17)   
        10.    Arizona (48-17)  
        11.    North Carolina State (43-20)   
        12.    TCU (40-22)   
        13.    Florida (47-20)  
        14.    Oregon State (40-20)   
        15.    Kentucky (45-18)    
        16.    Oklahoma (42-25)   
        17.    Rice (41-19)   
        18. (tie)    Mississippi State (40-24)    
        18. (tie)    San Diego (40-17)  
        20.    Arizona State (36-20)   
        21.    Georgia Tech (38-26)   
        22.    Cal State Fullerton (36-21)  
        23.    Baylor (49-17)  
        24.    Texas A&M (43-18)  
        25. (tie)    Virginia (40-18-1)   
        25. (tie)    Louisville (41-22)   
        
    Others receiving votes: Mississippi (37-26) 92; Texas (30-22) 84; Kent State (47-20) 68; Clemson (35-28) 63; Miami (Fla.) (36-23) 61; St. John’s (40-23) 58; Stony Brook (52-15) 28; Central Florida (45-17) 27; Purdue (45-14) 26; Tulane (38-20) 19; UC-Irvine (31-25) 13; Pepperdine (36-23) 9; Missouri State (40-22) 8; California (29-25) 6; Oklahoma State (32-25) 6; Georgia (31-26) 5; New Mexico (37-24) 5; Southern Mississippi (32-24) 5; North Carolina-Wilmington (39-23) 3; Sam Houston State (40-22) 3; Cal Poly (36-20) 2; Coastal Carolina (42-19) 2; Dallas Baptist (41-19) 2; Fresno State (31-28) 2; Notre Dame (31-27) 1; Virginia Tech (34-21) 1; Wichita State (35-25) 1.