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LSU (7-0, 3-0 SEC) remains at No. 2 in the AP Top 25 and No. 3 in the Coaches Poll after Saturday's 36-13 win over Mississippi State.

The Tigers will face No. 9 Auburn this upcoming Saturday in Tiger Stadium.

AP Top 25:
1. Alabama (24) 7-0
2. LSU (16) 7-0
3. Ohio State (13) 7-0
4. Clemson (9) 7-0
5. Oklahoma
6. Penn State
7. Florida
8. Notre Dame
9. Auburn
10. Georgia 6-1
11. Oregon 6-1
12. Utah 6-1
13. Wisconsin 6-1
14. Baylor 7-0
15. Texas 5-2
16. SMU 7-0 587
17. Minnesota 7-0
18. Cincinnati 6-1
19. Michigan 5-2
20. Iowa 5-2
21. Appalachian State 6-0
22. Boise State 6-1
23. Iowa State 5-2
24. Arizona State 5-2
25. Wake Forest 6-1

Others receiving votes: Memphis 87, Virginia 29, San Diego State 17, Pittsburgh 17, Washington 15, Navy 9, Texas A&M 6, Missouri 4, USC 3, UCF 3, Louisiana Tech 2, Tulane 1

Dropped from rankings: Missouri 22, Washington 25

Coaches Poll:
1. Alabama (24) 7-0
2. Clemson (16) 7-0
3. LSU (13) 7-0
4. Ohio State (9) 7-0
5. Oklahoma 7-0
6. Penn State 7-0
7. Notre Dame 5-1
8. Florida 7-1
9. Georgia 6-1
10. Auburn 6-1
11. Oregon 6-1
12. Utah 6-1
13. Wisconsin 6-1
14. Baylor 7-0
15. Texas 5-2
16. Minnesota 7-0
17. SMU 7-0
18. Cincinnati 6-1
19. Iowa 5-2
20. Michigan 5-2
21. Boise State 6-1
22. Appalachian State 6-0
23. Wake Forest 6-1
24. Arizona State 5-2
25. Memphis 6-1

Others receiving votes: Iowa State 83, Virginia 61, San Diego State 45, Navy 24, Pittsburgh 18, Washington 16, Tulane 8, Texas A&M 8, Louisiana Tech 7, UCF 6, Temple 3, Virginia Tech 2, UAB 1, Indiana 1, Utah State 1

Dropped from rankings: Washington 23, Temple 25
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I see you down there Tulane...
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These mean absolutely nothing until the end of the year but I wonder how many ranked teams will Clemson, Ohio St. and Oklahoma play this year as compared to those of the SEC and especially those in the West? Bamas schedule is weak with some OOC games but even their opponents in the East are weak. But the bottom line is just to win them all.
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These mean absolutely nothing until the end of the year but I wonder how many ranked teams will Clemson, Ohio St. and Oklahoma play this year as compared to those of the SEC and especially those in the West? Bamas schedule is weak with some OOC games but even their opponents in the East are weak. But the bottom line is just to win them all.
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Look at SMU !
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Whatever ... but there will be another Top 10 showdown in Tiger Stadium!
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Whatever ... but there will be another Top 10 showdown in Tiger Stadium!
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You can say that again!
35 months
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Whatever ... but there will be another Top 10 showdown in Tiger Stadium!
35 months
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I know this has been said, but why would Notre Dame be ranked ahead of Georgia? They lost to Georgia.
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Bc Notre Dame lost to a top 10 team (Georgia) but Georgia lost to an unranked team. Simple as that..
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Right. And being the media darling for the better part of a century doesn't have anything to do with it.
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123… Ain’t going to matter… Tigahs are gonna keep eatin!
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If the coaches are coaching on Saturday now do they know enough about the other teams to vote on it
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When is the term “clemsoning” going to rear it’s head again
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Pffffff
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Clemson lol
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Clemson over LSU and Ohio State is a joke.
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The coaches do not think/pay attention like the fans do. They probably hold more weight on the fact that they won the natty last year than the person who watches every single game.
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Why exactly? Seems completely reasonable to me
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