4/14 Baseball Bracketology Breakdown

Georgia Tech Baseball

Last Eight In: North Carolina State, UCLA, UAB, Wake Forest, San Diego State, Georgia Tech, Nebraska, Texas A&M

First Eight Out: Tennessee, UC Irvine, Maryland, Georgia, UCF, Michigan State, Evansville, Indiana State

Georgia Tech used a big week to get themselves back into the projected field of 64.  The Yellow Jackets have won eight of their last nine games, including a series victory over last week’s top ranked Florida State Seminoles.  Georgia Tech started the season off slow, but have clicked at the right time.  Staying in the same conference, NC State still clings to one of the last spots in the field.  The Wolfpack lost their weekend series to Duke last weekend, falling to 6-12 in ACC play.  It is a very disappointing season for the Wolfpack, as they feature two players, Carlos Rodon and Trea Turner, who should find themselves among the top picks in June’s draft.


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ACC: Clemson, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Miami, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Virginia, Wake Forest

American: Louisville, Houston

Big East: Seton Hall

Big 12: Kansas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas, Texas Tech

Big Ten: Indiana, Nebraska

Pac-12: Arizona State, Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA, Washington

SEC: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi, Mississippi State, South Carolina, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt

A-10: Saint Louis

America East: Hartford

A-Sun: Mercer

Big South: Liberty

Big West: Cal Poly, Cal State Fullerton, UCSB

CAA: Charleston

C-USA: Rice, UAB

Horizon: Wright State

Ivy: Penn

MAAC: Canisius

MAC: Central Michigan

MEAC: Bethune-Cookman

MVC: Dallas Baptist

MWC: San Diego State, New Mexico, UNLV

NEC: Bryant

OVC: Southeast Missouri State

Patriot: Army

Southern: Western Carolina

Southland: Sam Houston State

Summit: Fort Wayne

Sun Belt: Louisiana

SWAC: Alabama State

WAC: Sacramento State

WCC: Pepperdine, San Diego


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