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College Football expert Phil Steele released his preseason top 25 for the 2016 season and pegged LSU a No. 4, behind Florida State, Alabama, and Oklahoma. Clemson landed at No. 5.

Phil Steele's Complete Preseason Top 25:

1. Florida State
2. Alabama
3. Oklahoma
4. LSU
5. Clemson
6. Ohio State
7. Tennessee
8. Washington
9. Notre Dame
10. Stanford
11. TCU
12. Michigan
13. Michigan State
14. Iowa
15. UCLA
16. Boise State
17. Ole Miss
18. Baylor
19. Miami
20. Houston
21. Louisville
22. Nebraska
23. Georgia
24. Texas
25. USC
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23 Comments
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El Campo Tiger95 months
Notre Dame #9? Whatevs.
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cincyykid95 months
This guy is a dumbass he ranks teams out of the sec way to high Florida state Oklahoma Washington texas way to high list is bullshite and so is Phil steele
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cincyykid95 months
Outside of*
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NCRebel25295 months
Boise is waaay too high. This isn't the same Boise program from 5-6 years ago.
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lsuoilengr95 months
Tennessee #7? I don't think so
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Dignan95 months
Washington at #8 seems like a bit of a reach.
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BayouBengal6195 months
Oklahoma is too high...but then again what did I expect? They're always considered to be a pre-season top 5 team.
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GorgeousGeorge95 months
Swap Iowa and Georgia and this is pretty spot on
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GorgeousGeorge95 months
Swap Iowa and Georgia and this is pretty spot on
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eugene1928LSU95 months
Beat the gumps
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MondayMorningMarch95 months
Beat errbody...by a lot. Slop the field with gore. When they've said they've had enough it's more. more, MOAR!!
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dreaux95 months
@mondaymorningmarch...I bet you watch animal porn
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Spankum95 months
Just curious...how many folks here would be satisfied if we finish the year ranked 4th in the nation?
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dandan95 months
Playoff would be a nice accomplishment. That said if you told me I could lock in a top 4 finish with a semifinal loss I would pass. This has been setup for a huge year and I am not ok saying its not a championship year. If we don't win it this year we likely have to wait 3 more years to be positioned where we are now. I can see this year being similar to 2011 except for the finish. This team is hungry and I can't but help think Miles wants it more as well given what almost happened last year.
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TouchdownTony95 months
This guy is usually pretty close.
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Hugo Stiglitz95 months
Where were we on this list last year? Seems like we were around 13ish
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Andre95 months
We? What number are you on the roster, slugger?
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Ironhead98595 months
A&M too high
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gwilging95 months
Phil Steele's preseason rankings are how he projects teams to finish the season--aka, FSU winning the national championship :l
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TheWalrus95 months
I'll take a playoff spot
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tigerpawl95 months
I think this is Clemson's year. Dey gud.
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DBeaux22595 months
I think this is LSU's year. We better.
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Datbayoubengal95 months
FSU, Ohio State, Washington too high (I do endorse Washington as a top 15 team though). Michigan too low. Everything else is good enough. Louisville and Nebraska should finish with 10 or more wins
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