The Mississippi State Bulldogs may be known for their great college baseball, but they don’t even look remotely good so far this season.
It looks like Chris Lemonis and the Mississippi State Bulldogs could be in for some pretty big trouble early in the season. While the Bulldogs were able to win the national title one season ago, they haven’t been able to win many games this season.
After a string of road losses to the Tulane Blue Wave, Mississippi State has a 6-6 record for the year. It was the worst record the Bulldogs had over 12 games, and Mississippi State finished bottom of the SEC table very well.
With Landon Sims is injured and the Bulldogs lack any consistency from their stables, it looks like the Bulldogs will need to readjust their expectations for this season. Or they need to seek help as soon as possible.
Here’s this week’s college baseball team rankings.
College Baseball Rankings: FanSided Top 25
- Ole Miss
- Notre Dame
- Texas Technology
- North Carolina State
- Oregon State
- Oklahoma State
- Georgia Tech
- State of Florida
- Miss South
- North Carolina
Dropout: Mississippi State, Long Beach State, Miami
To check last week’s ranking, click here.
NCAA Baseball Rankings: Teams Are Rising
UCLA’s Bruins look sharp in Houston. The Shriners Hospitals for Children College Classic is always a great event, but this year it featured some truly unique games, such as Sunday’s meeting between the Texas Longhorns and the then-undefeated UCLA. The Bruins defeated Texas, becoming the first team to do so this season. This team showed some downsides at the time, but it also had a lot of promise.
Notable Others: Tennessee
NCAA Baseball Standings: Teams Going Down
Mississippi State Bulldog
What more can be said about the State of Mississippi Fight? The Bulldogs have lost their best pitcher to injury. They took the lead in game two against Tulane and ended their losing streak. Things are pretty bad for the State of Mississippi right now.
Other Notables: State of Oklahoma
https://fansided.com/2022/03/08/college-baseball-rankings-mississippi-state-plummets/ Texas thrives, Mississippi plummets