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LSU is No. 3 in the latest ESPN Football Power Index (FPI) Rankings after Saturday's win at Texas.

The Tigers projected W-L is 10.5-1.8 with a 6.4 Win Out percentage, according to the FPI.

Rank, Team, FPI:
1. Alabama, 29.9
2. Clemson, 29.1
3. LSU, 25.5
4. Georgia, 21.8
5. Penn State, 19.7
6. Oregon, 19.5
7. Notre Dame, 19.2
8. Ohio State, 19.0
9. Oklahoma, 19.0
10. Wisconsin, 17.7
11. Auburn, 17.0
12. Florida, 16.9
13. Texas A&M, 16.1
14. Mich. St., 15.0
15. Michigan, 14.9
16. UCF, 13.7
17. Utah, 13.6
18. Miss St, 13.1
19. Iowa, 12.5
20. USC, 12.4
21. Washington St, 12.3
22. S Carolina, 12.0
23. Washington, 11.9
24. Texas, 11.7
25. Maryland, 11.6
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The Football Power Index (FPI) is a measure of team strength that is meant to be the best predictor of a team's performance going forward for the rest of the season. FPI represents how many points above or below average a team is. Projected results are based on 10,000 simulations of the rest of the season using FPI, results to date, and the remaining schedule. Ratings and projections update daily.
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Comments

5 Comments
Oregon is #6 and Auburn is #11? I don’t understand the FPI.
Reply14 months
Auburn likely to lose alot of games. Oregon projected to win out.
14 months
How is Texas so low?
Reply14 months
Only going to play one more respected team the rest of the season.
14 months
Should Penn St be that high? That first half against Buffalo was atrocious
Reply14 months
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