Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
LSU landed at No. 4 in USA TODAY's initial preseason rankings after winning the National Champions but dropped down No. 9 in the USA TODAY post-spring Top 25:
quote:

9. LSU
The defending national champions have lost more star power than any team in the country, including star quarterback Joe Burrow and the national assistant coach of the year in Joe Brady. Ed Orgeron is back, along with enough talent to keep LSU on track for a New Year's Six bowl. Repeating seems like a stretch.
Top 10:
1. Clemson
2. Ohio State
3. Georgia
4. Oregon
5. Alabama
6. Oklahoma
7. Florida
8. Penn State
9. LSU
10. Notre Dame
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Comments

70 Comments
Please don’t get upset over this. What are y’all doing? Nobody know what LSU will be next year yet. The only thing dumber than this poll is those of you getting upset about it.
Reply2 months
*knows
2 months
frick this list. Disrespect, we are Top 5 team for sure
Reply2 months
We beat 5 of those teams ahead of us last season lol crazy
Reply2 months
What’s super funny is if the SEC didn’t play inter conference games and played all these fakers the polls would look way different. Of course we need good football so that is a stupid statement...but true
Reply2 months
Man who cares? All these self appointed experts and their opinions mean nothing. Anytime you start thinking these supposed geniuses know anything remember that most had LSU winning 7 or 8 games last year. Also, the recruiting wizards had Jake Fromm a 4 star recruit and Joe Burrow a 3 star. Justin Jefferson wasn't highly recruited. Everybody has an opinion but everybody can't be right. Lol.
Reply2 months
Yep. You right.
2 months
How in the world is UGA in the top 10?
Reply2 months
years of top 5 recruiting pays off?
2 months
They’re loaded
2 months
All of those spring practices we had really had an impression on the pollsters.
Reply2 months
I think they think we needed them the most given the turnover.
2 months
How many times do we have to beat Oklahoma before we are automatically ranked ahead of them?
Reply2 months
I don’t blame them, I’m nervous too... MB didn’t hardly get any reps as qb1, plus linehan didn’t get much time to learn
Reply2 months
Bro, who is Oregon's QB? LSU would still beat Oregon, yet they have them listed at four?
2 months
I'll 2nd that, frick Dem!
Reply2 months
Oregon and Notre Dame...bahahaha
Reply2 months
LSU gutted Oklahoma last season. Okies lost their star QB just like we did but they are ranked ahead of us!
Reply2 months
because of easy big12 conference
2 months
Fuk Dem!
Reply2 months
Pahahahahahaha look UGA in top 4 again and Norte Dame in top ten. So LSU gets dropped 5 spots for losing QB and assistant coach. Seems another team also lost the exact same thing and didn’t drop one spot.
Reply2 months
Will never understand the love affair with Georgia, Oregon and Oklahoma.
Reply2 months
Their might not be any football Fall 2020. It’s bull shite but CV has to get past us real quick and screw the country of China!
Reply2 months
unfortunately Herbie is right, there won’t be any football in 2020.
2 months
HAHA Clemson, OSU, Georgia, PSU, Oregon. Puh-leeese
Reply2 months
KCT
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1) I guarantee you that they have Georgia too high. Maybe Florida should be in that spot. 2) Post-Spring? I don't recall it ever happening. Guess I missed it.
Reply2 months
C3W
60
Lol Penn State.
Reply2 months
Oregon and Penn State??? Stop it!!! Georgia top 5 every year why???
Reply2 months
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