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Jockeying for position
Kendall Rogers        
Published: Wednesday, April 18, 2012

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There have been several surprises in college baseball this season, but few teams have been more surprising than George Horton's Oregon Ducks.

The Ducks entered the season expected to finish near the bottom of the Pac-12. Instead, they're red-hot and have a great chance to win the Pac-12 title. They also have a legitimate chance to earn a national seed in the NCAA postseason.

Oregon is battling teams such as Texas A&M, Rice, Miami and Arizona for the right to possibly move in as one of the top eight national seeds in next week's projections.

In addition to breaking down the teams vying for a national seed, while also breaking down what they likely need to do the rest of the season to feel good about their chances, we also breakdown teams in the mix for NCAA Regional host sites, plus those teams on the bubble just to make the field of 64.

Our coverage leading up to the postseason continues.




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