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LSU (8-0, 4-0 SEC) is currently No. 1 in the AP Top 25, No. 2 in the Coaches Poll and firmly in the hunt for a spot in the College Football Playoff.

The first playoff rankings will come out next week on Tuesday, Nov. 5 but if we were still using the old BCS Rankings, the Tigers would be No. 2 just behind Ohio State and ahead of Alabama and Clemson.

The BCS Rankings last week had LSU No. 1.

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The BCS, created by Kirk Herbstreit himself.
Reply24 months
LSU was the only 2003 national champion. Usc did not earn a spot in the 03 championship game for two reasons: a loss to an unranked, 6 loss team and a schedule that included only one ranked team all season! The BCS got 2003 correct.
Reply24 months
Cincy #16. OSU making New Year's Six Teams look like garbage!
Reply24 months
Still no USC
Reply24 months
Smh Ohio State beat a over ranked Wisconsin team. They’ve played no one. BCS is wrong again lol
Reply24 months
I agree with the old BCS top four.
Reply24 months
Ohio St blew out a somewhat similarly ranked Wisconsin team.
Reply24 months
Sort of agree with 1 and 2, regardless, LSU is the #1 team in country right now
Reply24 months
Swap #1 and #2. According to the own rankings, LSU has beaten #6 and #11 on that list. Ohio St cannot say the same
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