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LSU dropped two spots to No. 15 in the Amway Coaches Poll which was released on Tuesday.

Complete Top 25:

1. Ohio State 1-0
2. Alabama 1-0
3. Texas Christian 1-0
4. Baylor 1-0
5. Oregon 1-0
6. Michigan State 1-0
7. Auburn 1-0
8. Florida State 1-0
9. Georgia 1-0
10. Southern California 1-0
11. Notre Dame 1-0
12. Clemson 1-0
13. UCLA 1-0
14. Mississippi 1-0
15. Louisiana State 0-0
16. Georgia Tech 1-0
17. Oklahoma 1-0
18. Arkansas 1-0
19. Texas A&M 1-0
20. Arizona 1-0
21. Missouri 1-0
22. Boise State 1-0
23. Tennessee 1-0
24. Wisconsin 0-1
25. Utah 1-0

Others Receiving Votes:
Mississippi State 97; Arizona State 66; Oklahoma State 52; Northwestern 35; Brigham Young 23; Kansas State 23; South Carolina 22; Duke 15; West Virginia 13; Miami (Fla.) 12; Florida 7; Louisville 6; Marshall 6; Minnesota 5; North Carolina State 4; Nebraska 3; Maryland 3; Temple 3; Pittsburgh 2; Illinois 2; Louisiana Tech 1; California 1; Memphis 1; Stanford 1.
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Comments

10 Comments
Sounds like it's the kind of poll where you put a lot of money into it but it only matters if the people below you give a crap about it and invest in it.
Reply68 months
But we are leading the nation in every defensive category.....outrage I tell you.

The coaches poll is a joke. College coaches dont watch football outside of breaking down their next opponent
Reply68 months
I took a dump that is more influential than these polls in regards to LSU's chances of getting into the CFB playoff.

Its simple, win the SEC and were in. We could be ranked dead last and this would still hold true.
Reply68 months
Nothing to be upset about, really.

Reply68 months
What a joke. lol
Reply68 months
Quote:
The decline is real

haha
Reply68 months
The decline is real
Reply68 months
Nothing to see here. LSU will be in the top 10 after the Auburn game.
Reply68 months
But we dindu nuffin
Reply68 months
Our only drive wasn't impressive. That's all.
Reply68 months
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