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The top four stay put for another week, but below Virginia, Cal Poly, Oregon State and Louisiana, chaos ensues.
Virginia and Cal Poly remain at the top of our weekly power rankings, but the rest of the poll looks vastly different.
The top three teams maintain their spots for the second week in a row, but teams like Louisiana-Lafayette that have been on hot streaks are creeping up the list.
Virginia and Cal Poly stay put at the top, but 15 of the top 20 in last week's Power Rankings suffered losses.
Florida upset No. 1-ranked Florida State 4-1 after a benches-clearing fracas Tuesday night in Jacksonville.
The top four teams all suffered big losses, so Virginia and Cal Poly move up into the top two.
Vanderbilt takes the top shot in this week's rankings, but the three teams below it each has a case for the top spot.
The Southeastern Conference will use experimental instant replay rules during its conference baseball tournament in May.
The early-season picture is starting to come together, as the top five teams are starting to pull away from the pack.
Mid-major teams Louisiana, Sam Houston State and Seton Hall all made moves into the Power Rankings with multiple impressive upsets over major-conference foes.
Jacksonville State's Michael Bishop tied an NCAA Division I record with 10 at-bats, getting his fifth hit of the game in the bottom of the 17th inning to beat Kennesaw State 9-8 on Sunday.
Oregon State pitcher Ben Wetzler must sit out the team's first 11 games under a penalty imposed by the NCAA.
Oregon State holds at the top, but many other big names fall as mid-major upsets abounded in college baseball first weekend.
South Carolina makes a move to the top after Oregon State and Cal State Fullerton losses.
Oregon State tops the first ESPN.com Power Rankings before the 2014 season starts on Friday, Feb. 14.
The Atlantic Coast Conference will join the West Coast Conference in using an experimental instant replay rule during its baseball tournament.