On the cusp: Strong finish wanted

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Kendall Rogers        
Published: Tuesday, May 03, 2011

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Failing to establish consistency seems to be a common theme with teams on the cusp of the Perfect Game Top 25 rankings.

Rice was in the rankings a couple of weeks ago after winning three-straight Conference USA series over Marshall, East Carolina and Tulane. However, it took a step back two weekends ago with a series loss to UAB before having last weekend off for final exams.

The Owls, who are still in the mix for the C-USA regular season title, aren’t alone in failing to establish consistency.

Arkansas has dropped back-to-back SEC series to Kentucky and Georgia, while UCLA has dropped its last two series to Stanford and Oregon State.

We take an inside look at 25 teams on the cusp of our rankings.


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