Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports
LSU (8-0, 4-0 SEC) debuts at No. 2 in the initial 2019 College Football Playoff rankings.

1. Ohio State 8-0
2. LSU 8-0
3. Alabama 8-0
4. Penn State 8-0


5. Clemson 9-0
6. Georgia 7-1
7. Oregon 8-1
8. Utah 8-1
9. Oklahoma 7-1
10. Florida 7-2
11. Auburn 7-2
12. Baylor 8-0
13. Wisconsin 6-2
14. Michigan 7-2
15. Notre Dame 6-2
16. Kansas State 6-2
17. Minnesota 8-0
18. Iowa 6-2
19. Wake Forest 7-1
20. Cincinnati 7-1
21. Memphis 8-1
22. Boise State 7-1
23. Oklahoma State (6-3)
24. Navy 7-1
25. SMU 8-1

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Reply12 months
Awesome
Reply12 months
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12 months
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Reply13 months
It's not selection time so not the end of the world. However the fact that LSU is not #1 is crazy. If the season ended today LSU has the best SOS. Its not even close. This week the tigers should've been at the top. That said they just need to keep winning.Geaux Tigers!
Reply17 months
This ranking is good for us. Scenario 1-we win out, stay number 2. Bama likely ends up 4 seed so we don’t see until final. Scenario 2-we lose to Bama, we likely end up as 4 seed. Same thing, we don’t see Bama until finals.
Reply17 months
I just lost a lot of faith in this alleged college football playoff commission. In fact, I think they are a farce and the process is a joke. Back to a mythical national championship. We need a system that takes all the bias out of the equation for it to be legit.
Reply17 months
You mean like the BCS? Which also has tOSU ranked #1? (see homepage link below this one). Quit crying and take off your P&G glasses. We keep winning and none of it will matter. We don’t, then it doesn’t matter also.
17 months
Yes mattchewbocca, that’s what must be done. Win every game. Unfortunately, the way the system is set up, LSU can’t lose a game. If you lose a game in the beginning of the season, you still have time to bounce back. Lose one late, and you’re likely screwed. If we lose to Bama, they get in over us... beat Bama and lose to GA, they get in over us.
17 months
Give it a rest dude, jesus. You have posted on this 6 times already. At the end of the day, does it really matter if we are 1 or 2 this week? Move on with your life and stop wearing this board out with all your whining.
17 months
Texas isnt a good team. Florida is a 2 loss Auburn will end up a 3 loss. If we beat Bama and Georgia we are in.
Reply17 months
Oh that’s all we have to do is win every game? Lose one of those 4 top ten games and we’re out? Just like that? Ok.
17 months
Auburn will lose to Georgia and Alabama. Hence, they will be a four-loss team.
17 months
Florida would be undefeated & likely 1 of the top 4 CFP teams & Auburn’s only loss would be to a top 4 Fla team - if LSU hadn’t beaten both. So ur assertion about both only strengthens both wins for LSU.
17 months
Zzzzzzzzzzz Means nothing....take care of business
Reply17 months
DING DING DING... ladies & gentlemen, we have a WINNER!
17 months
Good for Penn State.
Reply17 months
Wrong LSU is #1
Reply17 months
It's pretty sad when you get downvoted for speaking the truth. I mean, Ohio State beat one top-25 team and LSU has already beaten 3 top-10 teams cause it played a far tougher schedule, yet media darlings Ohio State is number one and media dawg LSU is number 2.
17 months
Lol ohio state lol
Reply17 months
Better strength of schedule according to the computers and they've manhandled everyone on both sides of the ball.
17 months
reauxl tigers...put down the crack pipe. Ohio State has beaten one top 25 team so far this season, while LSU has beaten three top ten teams so far cause its schedule relative to Ohio State's schedule is much tougher. Yet, media darling Ohio State is ranked number one and media dawg LSU is ranked number 2. What computers? This isn't the BCS anymore. Meanwhile, Ohio State has manhandled every one cause their schedule has been extremely weak thus far.
17 months
Its w/e, winner of the game Saturday is undisputed #1. Who cares what the first poll says. Its probably more motivation for the team than anything.
Reply17 months
Can u imagine if freaking Norte Dame had only 1 loss... they’d have it. 1.OSU 2.Norte Dame 3.LSU
Reply17 months
what are you talking about? they have 4 2-loss teams ahead of 2-loss Notre Dame.
17 months
Who?
17 months
They said Ohio's SoS was better than LSUs? Huh?
Reply17 months
The commitee just said OSU is the best team that's all. Sos is subjective for them in that their opinion may be different than any number of media's sos ratings.
17 months
No they said Ohio's SoS was better than LSUs on TV.
17 months
And do you agree with that?
17 months
Seriously, who gives a mother frick what the rankings are right now
Reply17 months
Right end of the season is all that matters. But if there going to rank team based on strength of schedule, we’ll they got it wrong bigtime
17 months
Who has Ohio State played that’s is ranked anywhere in the top 15? Wow, they are blind...
Reply17 months
They're strength of schedule is #3. Ours is #8. Texas is un-ranked now and I'm certain the committee took that into consideration.
17 months
We have the #1 strength of record fwiw
17 months
reauxl tigers...those idiots claim their SOS is number three, but only a blind retard can't see that isn't the case. As LSU has beaten three top 10 teams so far and Ohio state has beaten just one top 25 team so far. Well two if you count Michigan State, which was ranked number 25 at the time they played but was left in the top 25 poll that week obviously only to pad Ohio States's SOS, then it is two top 25 teams. However, Michigan State was never close to being a top 25 team this season. Indeed, if you believe Ohio State deserves to be number one, then you believe in fairy tales.
17 months
If only we could have done more! :rolleyes:
Reply17 months
Theres a chance for us to do more coming up this Sat and we just need to grab it and you bet everyone would shut up
17 months
VesperiaLSU, that's not the point. The point is the college football playoff commission is biased as hell. Indeed, it's a freaking joke.
17 months
@KingDaddyRabbit How is it biased exactly?
17 months
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