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ESPN College Football Analyst Kirk Herbstreit released his Top-4 schools on Sunday after the completion of Week 4 and moved LSU up one spot to No. 3

The Tigers beat Vanderbilt 66-38 in Week 4 and will be off this weekend and return to action on October 5 vs. Utah State in Tiger Stadium.

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How is Auburn not #1 with schedule and wins so far
Reply18 months
I'd be more worried about the 38 vandy put up.
Reply19 months
If LSU beat Vandy 28-0, you would be complaining about only scoring 28 against Vandy! Go somewhere with that mess.
19 months
"Fans" like you complain about something no matter what LSU does. LSU held out numerous defensive players and used the Vandy game to give many young players a chance to play. If LSU played starters for 4 qtrs. and had several players hurt as a result you would be screaming about that. LSU is trying to build depth on defense and whether nitwits like you agree or not the only way depth is gained is by playing in real games. LSU is fine and the defense is going to be needed against better teams. So would you rather play inexperienced players vs. Auburn, Bama, Miss State and A&M?
19 months
14 was on Defense. We have stuff to work on but the glass is half full.
19 months
#3 team gives up 38 to Vandy?
Reply19 months
LSU never even had to try, plus defense only have up 24. Why tackle in a game that is well in hand? No reason to risk it..
19 months
gave*
19 months
Actually only 24 while missing 4 Defensive starters
19 months
UGA should be top 4 with that win. Ohio st needs to drop.
Reply19 months
Seems like a trap. lol
Reply19 months
Gotta like the respect LSU is getting!
Reply19 months
Smart man.
Reply19 months
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