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LSU has fallen out of the Coaches Poll and AP Poll after losing to Auburn 18-13 on Saturday night.

Coaches Poll:
1. Alabama(61) 4-0
2. Ohio State(2) 3-0
3. Clemson(1) 4-0
4. Louisville 4-0
5. Michigan 4-0
6. Stanford 3-0
7. Houston 4-0
8. Wisconsin 4-0
9. Washington 4-0
10. Texas A&M 4-0
11. Tennessee 4-0
12. Florida State 3-1
13. Baylor 4-0
14. Miami 3-0
15. Nebraska 4-0
16. Michigan State 2-1
17. Ole Miss 2-2
18. Utah 4-0
19. TCU 3-1
20. Georgia 3-1
21. Florida 3-1
22. Arkansas 3-1
23. North Carolina 3-1
24. San Diego State 3-0
25. Texas 2-1

Dropped from rankings: LSU 17, Iowa 25

Others receiving votes: Iowa 127, Boise State 126, Arizona State 94, Oklahoma 77, West Virginia 46, LSU 30, Western Michigan 25, Memphis 23, Virginia Tech 20, UCLA 20, Auburn 18, Colorado 16, Minnesota 14, Navy 14, Wake Forest 9, Kansas State 6, Air Force 4, Toledo 4, Oregon 3, Maryland 2, South Florida 1, Appalachian State 1, Troy 1

AP Poll:
1 Alabama (50) 4-0
2 Ohio State (4) 3-0
3 Louisville (6) 4-0
4 Michigan (1) 4-0
5 Clemson 4-0
6 Houston 4-0
7 Stanford 3-0
8 Wisconsin 4-0
9 Texas A&M 4-0
10 Washington 4-0
11 Tennessee 4-0
12 Florida State 3-1
13 Baylor 4-0
14 Miami 3-0
15 Nebraska 4-0
16 Ole Miss 2-2
17 Michigan State 2-1
18 Utah 4-0
19 San Diego State 3-0
20 Arkansas 3-1
21 TCU 3-1
22 Texas 2-1
23 Florida 3-1
24 Boise State 3-0
25 Georgia 3-1

Dropped from rankings: LSU 18, Oklahoma 25

Others receiving votes: Arizona State 135, Oklahoma 120, North Dakota State 58, West Virginia 51, Virginia Tech 38, Colorado 33, North Carolina 26, Iowa 25, UCLA 22, Auburn 18, LSU 17, Western Michigan 14, Wake Forest 9, Memphis 6, Maryland 2, Toledo 1
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8 Comments
Hey pumpers...
Reply55 months
How many nails does this coffin have anyway?
Reply55 months
:lol: what a dumpster fire
Reply55 months
Tell me Toto, can we still win 10 games?
Reply55 months
in just four weeks, from #5 to unranked
Reply55 months
The LesS factor!! He has to go!!!! It is time now.
55 months
What a joke, with all the talent this team has.
Reply55 months
Meant to upvote
55 months
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