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LSU (9-2) moved up one spot to No. 5 in the latest College Football Playoff rankings, which came out Tuesday evening.

The Tigers moved up after Tennesee's loss to South Carolina last week.

LSU will wrap up the regular season this upcoming Saturday at Texas A&M (6 pm CT on ESPN), followed by a trip to Atlanta for the SEC Championship vs. Georgia (3 pm CT on CBS).

College Football Playoff Rankings - Nov. 22:

1. Georgia 11-0
2. Ohio State 11-0
3. Michigan 11-0
4. TCU 11-0


5. LSU 9-2
6. USC 10-1
7. Alabama 9-2
8. Clemson 10-1
9. Oregon 9-2
10. Tennessee 9-2
11. Penn State 9-2
12. Kansas State 8-3
13. Washington 9-2
14. Utah 8-3
15. Notre Dame 8-3
16. Florida State 8-3
17. North Carolina 9-2
18. UCLA 8-3
19. Tulane 9-2
20. Ole Miss 8-3
21. Oregon State 8-3
22. UCF 8-3
23. Texas 7-4
24. Cincinnati 9-2
25. Louisville 7-4
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10-2 Bama doesn't jump 11-1 Michigan or 11-1 TCU. LSU, at 11-2 would jump those teams because they will have won the SEC title and would be the hottest team in college football.
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The fact that LSU football has rebounded to this point this quickly is encouraging. We are top five and have not reachec our ceiling. They said O would not be the third consecutive coach to win a natty here and now indications are that we may have a fourth consecutive coach to win one.
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I was hoping to finish in the top 25 being #5 is having your cake and eating it too. Happy Turkey Day fellow fans.
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Happy Thanksgiving LSU family!
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We’ve been gutted
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Yall, we are at number 5 in CBK's first year and he only had 38 scholarship players when get got here. This man is going to do put us at the top and keep us there.
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Knock Knock Knocking on Playoff’s door.
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The fact that Bama still has a mathematical chance, however small, of getting into the CFP is ridiculous.
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Why? LSU is 5th and has the worst loss of anyone in the Top 10. Bama has lost to two very good teams.
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Bama’s chance at the playoff is not small, sorry to say. Just look at who’s in front—of the top 5, four play each other.
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The main problem BAMA has is they don’t play at all next weekend, the committee likes to jump teams who didn’t play with conf champs
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Tennessee should be higher. They beat 2 teams ahead of them with the same record. Bs
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No way man.
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Sometimes it's about WHEN they lose. Not to mention losing their starting QB, they are on a downward trajectory
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South Carolina blew out Tennessee. Btw, what is South Carolina ranked again?
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But Texas is the highest ranked 4 loss team.....watch out!
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Obviously LSU needs to win these next two, but what would be wonderful is to see ND actually help BK/LSU out by beating USC and getting them off our back and out of the conversation.
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LSU don't need anyone to do anything. LSU needs to win. PERIOD!!
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Just. Keep. Winning.
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TBoy
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Just keep winning.
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If we continue to win, we are in the playoff.
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10-1 LSU is ranked below 9-2 LSU….this is a bogus poll!
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Bruh what
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Spankum needs to lay off the sauce
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There was a typo just as they updated…they had LSU listed in place of USC!
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Hell yeah, USC isn’t even ranked.
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5th and 6th, that's impressive
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