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LSU is No. 1 in ESPN's College Football Power Rankings, ahead of Ohio State, Alabama and Clemson.
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1. LSU (8-0)

The Tigers have had next week's trip to Alabama circled all year, after the Crimson Tide embarrassed them in a 29-0 loss in Baton Rouge last season, which was one of the primary reasons LSU coach Ed Orgeron revamped his offense. The Tigers punted on their first nine possessions, had only 196 yards of offense and ran 12 times for 25 yards. LSU hasn't won in Tuscaloosa since a 9-6 decision in overtime in 2011. The Tigers have lost eight straight games in the series, the past three by a combined score of 63-10.

Up next: at Alabama (Saturday, 3:30 p.m. ET, CBS)
Complete Power Rankings:
1. LSU (8-0)
2. Ohio State (8-0)
3. Alabama (8-0)
4. Clemson (9-0)
5. Penn State (8-0)
6. Oregon (8-1)
7. Georgia (7-1)
8. Utah (8-1)
9. Oklahoma (7-1)
10. Baylor (8-0)
11. Minnesota (8-0)
12. Florida (7-2)
13. Auburn (7-2)
14. Michigan (7-2)
15. Notre Dame (6-2)
16. Wisconsin (6-2)
17. Memphis (7-1)
18. Iowa (6-2)
19. Kansas State (6-2)
20. Wake Forest (7-1)
21. Boise State (7-1)
22. Cincinnati (7-1)
23. SMU (8-1)
24. San Diego State (7-1)
25. Indiana (7-2)
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