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LSU dropped down eight spots to. 13 in the AP Top 25 after Saturday's 27-19 loss to Florida. The Gators moved up to No. 14 after the win.

AP Top 25:
1. Alabama (59) 6-0
2. Georgia 6-0
3. Ohio State (1) 6-0
4. Clemson (1) 6-0
5. Notre Dame 6-0
6. West Virginia 5-0
7. Washington 5-1
8. Penn State 4-1
9. Texas 5-1
10. UCF 5-0
11. Oklahoma 5-1
12. Michigan 5-1
13. LSU 5-1
14. Florida 5-1
15. Wisconsin 4-1
16. Miami 5-1
17. Oregon 4-1
18. Kentucky 5-1
19. Colorado 5-0
20. NC State 5-0
21. Auburn 4-2
22. Texas A&M 4-2
23. South Florida 5-0
24. Mississippi State 4-2
25. Cincinnati 6-0

Dropped from rankings: Stanford 14, Michigan State 20, Virginia Tech 24, Oklahoma State 25

Others receiving votes: Iowa 87, Stanford 59, Washington State 46, San Diego State 24, TCU 20, Appalachian State 11, Utah State 9, Utah 5, South Carolina 2, Hawai'i 1

The Tigers dropped to No. 12 in the Coaches Poll.

Coaches Poll:
1. Alabama (61) 6-0
2. Georgia 6-0
3. Ohio State (1) 6-0
4. Clemson (2) 6-0
5. Notre Dame 6-0
6. West Virginia 5-0
7. Washington 5-1
8. Penn State 4-1
9. UCF 5-0
10. Wisconsin 4-1
11. Oklahoma 5-1
12. LSU 5-1
13. Michigan 5-1
14. Texas 5-1
15. Miami 5-1
16. Florida 5-1
17. Oregon 4-1
18. Colorado 5-0
19. NC State 5-0
20. Kentucky 5-1
21. Auburn 4-2
22. Texas A&M 4-2
23. South Florida 5-0
24. Stanford 4-2
25. Cincinnati 6-0

Dropped from rankings: Michigan State 19, Oklahoma State 21, Virginia Tech 23, Boise State 24

Others receiving votes: Washington State 113, Iowa 89, Mississippi State 67, Appalachian State 38, TCU 33, San Diego State 25, Utah 12, Utah State 11, South Carolina 10, Duke 8, Troy 8, Syracuse 6, Hawai'i 6, Boise State 6, Virginia Tech 2, Michigan State 1, Army 1, UAB 1, Fresno State 1
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22 Comments
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TigerSpray70 months
Too big of a drop due to other top 15 losses. Screw the voters.
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biglego70 months
I like that LSU is still ranked ahead of Florida lol
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Run DMC70 months
What a joke to have Texas in the AP top 10
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Chief One Word70 months
Washington the most over-rated on both lists.
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Placebeaux70 months
Make the big12 relevant again poll.
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Vernonbrew2270 months
Beat the dawgs
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BlackTiger8970 months
If we get past this lost game and.. Beat UGA, Miss St., Bama.. We will be number 1.. With only the sec championship game stopping us.
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BlackTiger8970 months
No stopping us be in our way..
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tigerpawl70 months
#TomHerman
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TKLSUMD70 months
Texas should not be higher than us in my opinion.
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LSU31670 months
Not really....they have a much better coaching staff and pass the eye test way better than we do. Even when we won we looked like shite....yes including when we beat Miami and Auburn.
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AustinKnight70 months
Welp good news once the season is over don’t really make a frick how the wins happened
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JCinBAMA70 months
l7u too high
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MondayMorningMarch70 months
UGA should be #1. SOS blows away that Hoover HS sked that Bama plays
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1BamaRTR70 months
UGA’s schedule is weaker then Bama’s so far
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Spankum70 months
That is actually not as far a drop as I was expecting...pretty reasonable ranking for is, as I see it.
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sunnydaze70 months
Washington lost to a team we beat
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alumni9570 months
You know how the game works... better to lose early so you start climbing again sooner. It’s a stacked sorting game that a monkey could perform, no actual thought goes beyond Week 1, if then.
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shotcaller170 months
Hold that tiger!!!!!!..... oh wait
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Jrv2damac70 months
Wisconsin lost to a team who just got blown out by Utah st
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atltiger648770 months
That's not the way it works. Each game is unique and you have to evaluate a team on its entire body of work. Last year we lost to Troy, which lost to 4-8 South Alabama. See?
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