Ray Carlin-USA TODAY Sports
ESPN College Football analyst Kirk Herbstreit moved LSU to No. 1, ahead of Ohio State in his Top 6 schools list after last week's win over Alabama.

The Crimson Tide dropped down to No. 5.

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What? OSU isn’t no.1 and everyone else is 10-25? Herb!!!
Reply1 month
holdemtigahs20 Ohio State is putting up those numbers on way less inferior opponents than we are. This actually means they are playing better opponents. Take out the "less".
Reply1 month
Do you understand how good we have to be for him to put his Ohio State glasses down?
Reply1 month
Do you understand how motivating it is for Ohio State to be #2 and let LSU get all the praise this week? Ohio State's D is the real thing this year and their offense has scored 8 more TD's than LSU, and is racking up only 2.5 yards less per game than LSU. LSU is riding their 4 signature wins to this ranking, but tOSU is one bad-assed team this year.
1 month
Ohio State is putting up those numbers on way less inferior opponents than we are. Yes they are good, but those stats are inflated.
1 month
BDJ
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Lolol @ HubbaBubba. Who has OSU played again other than Wisconsin? People said the same shite about Bama.
1 month
Bama has no business in this year’s CFP
Reply1 month
At this point, at least, you are correct. Depends on how the final few weeks play out.
1 month
If Alabama steamrolls Auburn you can bet they will be right in the middle of committee discussions
1 month
I’m sure that just about killed him…
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