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LSU (7-2) moved up three spots to No. 7 in the latest College Football Playoff rankings following the 32-31 overtime win over Alabama.

The Crimson Tide fell to No. 9 after the loss.

1. Georgia (9-0)
2. Ohio State (9-0)
3. Michigan (9-0)
4. TCU (9-0)

5. Tennessee (8-1)
6. Oregon (8-1)
7. LSU (7-2)
8. USC (8-1)
9. Alabama (7-2)
10. Clemson (8-1)
11. Ole Miss (8-1)
12. UCLA (8-1)
13. Utah (7-2)
14. Penn State (7-2)
15. North Carolina (8-1)
16. NC State (7-2)
17. Tulane (8-1)
18. Texas (6-3)
19. Kansas State (6-3)
20. Notre Dame (6-3)
21. Illinois (7-2)
22. UCF (7-2)
23. Florida State (6-3)
24. Kentucky (6-3)
25. Washington (7-2)
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HarveyTunnel16 months
Win out including the SECCG and LSU is in the playoffs.
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Dominus515016 months
no brainer
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cdav11416 months
harveytunnel with the take of the century
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YMCA16 months
Michigan and OSU still have to play, Georgia and hopefully LSU will play in the SEC championship game, USC vs Oregon in the PAC 12 championship and TCU still has some tough games plus a conference championship. The ones sitting in the best spot is Tenn bc they have an easy schedule left and no conf. championship game.
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MasonTiger16 months
If LSU wins out, and the cards fall right, the Tigers may get another shot at the Vols in the CFP.
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AtlantaLSUfan16 months
TCU should be 6. They’ve played no one.
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Mouche33716 months
They'll fall when Texas beats them. And, like Clemson, they won't have anything remaining on schedule to get them back into the discussion.
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MintBerry Crunch16 months
Tennessee only has a chance if UGA beats LSU in conference championship. Period.
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G I Jeaux16 months
Just seeing the Tigers ahead of the slide, I mean the tide, is great.
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