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LSU has dropped three spots to No. 9 in the latest ESPN Football Power Index (FPI) rankings, despite beating Eastern Michigan 44-22 on Saturday.

The Tigers were ranked No. 6 in last week's FPI.

1. Baylor, Big 12 4-0
2. USC, Pac-12 3-1
3. TCU, Big 12 5-0
4. Alabama, SEC 4-1
5. Ole Miss, SEC 4-1
6. Oklahoma, Big 12 4-0
7. Texas A&M, SEC 5-0
8. OSU, Big Ten 5-0
9. LSU, SEC 4-0
10. Notre Dame, FBS Indep. 4-1
11. Stanford, Pac-12 4-1
12. Georgia, SEC 4-1
13. Clemson, ACC 4-0
14. Florida, SEC 5-0
15. Tennessee, SEC 2-3
16. West Virginia, Big 12 3-1
17. UCLA, Pac-12 4-1
18. FSU, ACC 4-0
19. Utah, Pac-12 4-0
20. Michigan, Big Ten 4-1
21. Boise State, MW 4-1
22. Georgia Tech, ACC 2-3
23. Arkansas, SEC 2-3
24. Miss St, SEC 3-2
25. Michigan State, Big Ten 5-0

The Football Power Index (FPI) is a measure of team strength that is meant to be the best predictor of a team's performance going forward for the rest of the season. FPI represents how many points above or below average a team is. Projected results are based on 10,000 simulations of the rest of the season using FPI, results to date, and the remaining schedule. Ratings and projections update daily.
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TexasTiger6777103 months
Tennessee being included on this list? Clown shite.
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ChunkyLover54103 months
Arkansas is in front of Michigan State
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Hugo Stiglitz103 months
Utah at 19 is laughable
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panzer103 months
Ole Miss at 4? WTFrench fries?
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gumbo1964103 months
Didn't Clemson beat ND? Guess h2h has no meaning.
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JohnZeroQ103 months
Sparty at 25 with three 3 loss teams ahead of them :mindblown:
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High C103 months
Yeah, three one loss teams ahead of LSU. Silly
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