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Where does LSU baseball rank in the national polls after Week 3?

We are three weeks into the college baseball season and the LSU Tigers are coming off of a great weekend in Houston.

The Tigers went to Minute Maid Park to play in the Astros Foundation Classic. The Tigers took on No. 14 Texas, Louisiana-Lafayette and Texas State. Thanks to some great pitching and timely hitting, the Tigers finished the weekend 3-0 and were crowned champions of the Classic.

So where does that put them in the rankings? LSU was floating around the No. 2 mark last week and it seems not much has changed this week. The only difference is that Arkansas has jumped LSU in a few polls. Why? Your guess is as good as mine.

Here’s the full rundown of the national rankings.

USA TODAY Sports Coaches Poll

  1. Wake Forest (10-1)

  2. LSU (11-1)

  3. Arkansas (9-2)

  4. TCU (12-0)

  5. Oregon State (11-1)

  6. Texas A&M (11-0)

  7. Florida (8-3)

  8. Tennessee (11-1)

  9. Clemson (9-1)

  10. Vanderbilt (10-3)

  11. Duke (10-1)

  12. Virginia (10-1)

  13. Alabama (11-1)

  14. North Carolina (10-2)

  15. NC State (9-2)

  16. East Carolina (7-4)

  17. Texas Tech (9-2)

  18. Coastal Carolina (9-2)

  19. Dallas Baptist (10-1)

  20. Auburn (9-2)

  21. South Carolina (8-3)

  22. Texas (7-4)

  23. UC Irvine (9-0)

  24. Campbell (8-3)

  25. Florida State (10-0)

D1Baseball Top 25

  1. Wake Forest (10-1)

  2. Arkansas (9-2)

  3. LSU (11-1)

  4. Florida (8-3)

  5. TCU (12-0)

  6. Oregon State (11-1)

  7. Texas A&M (11-0)

  8. Tennessee (11-1)

  9. Vanderbilt (10-3)

  10. Clemson (9-1)

  11. East Carolina (7-4)

  12. Duke (10-1)

  13. Virginia (10-1)

  14. NC State (9-2)

  15. Alabama (11-1)

  16. North Carolina (10-2)

  17. Texas Tech (9-2)

  18. Coastal Carolina (9-2)

  19. Auburn (9-2)

  20. Dallas Baptist (10-1)

  21. South Carolina (8-3)

  22. Campbell (8-3)

  23. UC Irvine (9-0)

  24. Texas (7-4)

  25. UC Santa Barbara (5-5)

Perfect Game Top 25

  1. Wake Forest (10-1)

  2. Arkansas (9-2)

  3. LSU (11-1)

  4. Texas A&M (11-0)

  5. TCU (12-0)

  6. Oregon State (11-1)

  7. Tennessee (11-1)

  8. Florida (8-3)

  9. Vanderbilt (10-3)

  10. Virginia (10-1)

  11. Duke (10-1)

  12. Clemson (9-1)

  13. Auburn (9-2)

  14. Texas (7-4)

  15. East Carolina (7-4)

  16. North Carolina (10-2)

  17. Dallas Baptist (10-1)

  18. South Carolina (8-3)

  19. Florida State (10-0)

  20. NC State (9-2)

  21. Alabama (11-1)

  22. UC Irvine (9-0)

  23. Coastal Carolina (9-2)

  24. Texas Tech (9-2)

  25. Kentucky (10-1)

Baseball America Top 25

  1. Wake Forest (10-1)

  2. LSU (11-1)

  3. Arkansas (9-2)

  4. Oregon State (11-1)

  5. TCU (12-0)

  6. Florida (8-3)

  7. Tennessee (11-1)

  8. Virginia (10-1)

  9. Vanderbilt (10-3)

  10. Clemson (9-1)

  11. Texas A&M (11-0)

  12. Duke (10-1)

  13. South Carolina (8-3)

  14. Texas Tech (9-2)

  15. East Carolina (7-4)

  16. North Carolina (10-2)

  17. NC State (9-2)

  18. Auburn (9-2)

  19. UC Irvine (9-0)

  20. Dallas Baptist (10-1)

  21. Alabama (11-1)

  22. Coastal Carolina (9-2)

  23. Texas (7-4)

  24. Florida State (10-0)

  25. Campbell (8-3)

National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association

  1. Wake Forest (10-1)

  2. LSU (11-1)

  3. TCU (12-0)

  4. Arkansas (9-2)

  5. Oregon State (11-1)

  6. Texas A&M (11-0)

  7. Tennessee (11-1)

  8. Florida (8-3)

  9. Clemson (9-1)

  10. Duke (10-1)

  11. Virginia (10-1)

  12. Vanderbilt (10-3)

  13. Alabama (11-1)

  14. North Carolina (10-2)

  15. NC State (9-2)

  16. East Carolina (7-4)

  17. Texas Tech (9-2)

  18. Dallas Baptist (10-1)

  19. Coastal Carolina (9-2)

  20. Auburn (9-2)

  21. Florida State (10-0)

  22. UC Irvine (9-0)

  23. South Carolina (8-3)

  24. Texas (7-4)

  25. Kentucky (10-1)

Story originally appeared on LSU Tigers Wire