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The FWAA-NFF Super 16 poll was released Tuesday and LSU dropped two spots to No. 15 even though the Tigers did not play their season opener against McNeese State because of weather.

The Super 16 is released every week in partnership with the Football Writers Association of America and the National Football Foundation.

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"Who cares about rankings win the sec west and it doesn't matter."

This is correct. Ignore all polls, they're a relic from an old era.

We control our own destiny - get to Atlanta, win there, and we're in the playoff.
Reply67 months
I'm ok with the teams they have there. Except Baylor and TCU aren't what they were last year and should drop.
Reply67 months
Didn't anyone see out only drive? No wonder we dropped.
Reply67 months
Who cares about rankings win the sec west and it doesn't matter
Reply67 months
So what does this mean Basil?
Reply67 months
Reply67 months
Fudge. We suck.
Reply67 months
I am all broke up over this. They moved down in a poll that no one has ever heard of.
Reply67 months
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