Tigers still ranked in both polls


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The AP Top 25



Rank, Team, Record Points, Previous

1. LSU (60) 12-0 1,500 1

2. Alabama 11-1 1,440 2

3. Oklahoma St. 10-1 1,286 5

4. Stanford 11-1 1,281 4

5. Virginia Tech 11-1 1,196 6

6. Arkansas 10-2 1,060 3

7. Houston 12-0 1,055 8

8. Oregon 10-2 1,054 9

t9. Boise St. 10-1 1,053 7

t9. Southern Cal 10-2 1,053 10

11. Michigan St. 10-2 866 11

12. Georgia 10-2 825 13

13. Oklahoma 9-2 808 12

14. South Carolina 10-2 796 14

15. Wisconsin 10-2 749 15

16. Kansas St. 9-2 658 16

17. Michigan 10-2 570 17

18. TCU 9-2 488 19

19. Baylor 8-3 468 21

20. Nebraska 9-3 352 22

21. Clemson 9-3 258 18

22. West Virginia 8-3 196 NR

23. Penn St. 9-3 151 20

24. Southern Miss. 10-2 78 NR

25. Florida St. 8-4 58 NR




Others receiving votes: Notre Dame 53, Texas 45, Cincinnati 23, Arkansas St. 18, Georgia Tech 16, BYU 13, Missouri 13, Virginia 9, Tulsa 7, Louisville 3, N. Illinois 1.


The Coaches Poll:

1.
LSU (59)
12-0
1,475
1

2.
Alabama
11-1
1,411
2

3.
Virginia Tech
11-1
1,291
4

4.
Stanford
11-1
1,289
5

5.
Oklahoma State
10-1
1,245
6

6.
Houston
12-0
1,096
7

7.
Oregon
10-2
1,041
9

8.
Boise State
10-1
1,033
8

9.
Michigan State
10-2
941
10

10.
Arkansas
10-2
937
3

11.
Oklahoma
9-2
882
11

12.
Wisconsin
10-2
852
12

13.
South Carolina
10-2
833
13

14.
Georgia
10-2
816
14

15.
Kansas State
9-2
681
15

16.
Michigan
10-2
658
16

17.
TCU
9-2
534
18

18.
Baylor
8-3
457
20

19.
Nebraska
9-3
390
22

20.
West Virginia
8-3
295
23

21.
Clemson
9-3
286
17

22.
Penn State
9-3
192
19

23.
Southern Mississippi
10-2
173
NR

24.
Florida State
8-4
86
NR

25.
Cincinnati
8-3
56
NR


Dropped out
No. 21 Georgia Tech (8-4, lost to No. 14 Georgia 31-17), No. 24 Notre Dame (8-4, lost to then-No. 5 Stanford 28-14), No. 25 Virginia (8-4, lost to then-No. 4 Virginia Tech 38-0).


Others receiving votes
Texas (7-4) 51; Georgia Tech (8-4) 42; Brigham Young (8-3) 29; Notre Dame (8-4) 29; Northern Illinois (9-3) 19; Missouri (7-5) 16; Arkansas State (9-2) 13; Ohio (9-3) 8; Virginia (8-4) 8; Rutgers (8-4) 6; Louisiana Tech (8-4)


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