LSU head coach Les Miles
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Football Ranked 18th by AP, 19th by Coaches
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Published: November 17, 2013, 11:40 AM (CT)
Updated: November 18, 2013, 09:10 AM (CT)
by Todd Politz (@tpolitz), Director of Digital Media

BATON ROUGE -- Coming off its second open date of the 2013 season, the LSU football team remained No. 18 in the AP Top 25 released Sunday morning.

LSU (7-3, 3-3 SEC) next plays host to No. 9 Texas A&M on Saturday at Tiger Stadium. Kickoff is set for 2:30 p.m. CT for a national television audience on CBS.

AP Top 25

Rank School Votes Prev Rank
1. Alabama (10-0) 1495 (55) 1
2. Florida State (10-0) 1445 (5) 2
3. Baylor (9-0) 1351 4
4. Ohio State (10-0) 1343 3
5. Oregon (9-1) 1210 6
6. Auburn (10-1) 1205 7
7. Clemson (9-1) 1115 8
8. Missouri (9-1) 1067 9
9. Texas A&M (8-2) 956 10
10. Stanford (8-2) 899 5
11. Oklahoma State (9-1) 889 12
12. South Carolina (8-2) 870 11
13. Michigan State (9-1) 749 14
14. UCLA (8-2) 710 13
15. Fresno State (9-0) 572 16
16. Wisconsin (8-2) 559 17
17. UCF (8-1) 535 15
18. LSU (7-3) 439 18
19. Arizona State (8-2) 430 21
20. Northern Illinois (10-0) 426 20
21. Louisville (9-1) 412 19
22. Oklahoma (8-2) 318 22
23. USC (8-3) 187 NR
24. Ole Miss (7-3) 119 NR
25. Duke (8-2) 94 NR

Receiving Votes: Minnesota (77) , Notre Dame (11) , Texas (10) , Georgia (5) , Nebraska (1) , Cincinnati (1)

USA Today Coaches Poll

Rank Team (Record), Points, Previous (First-Place Votes)
1. Alabama (10-0), 1544, 1 (56)
2. Florida State (10-0), 1487, 2 (6)
3. Ohio State (10-0), 1404, 3
4. Baylor (9-0), 1386, 4
5. Oregon (9-1), 1231, 7
6. Clemson (9-1), 1217, 6
7. Auburn (10-1), 1145, 9
8. Missouri (9-1), 1129, 8
9. Oklahoma State (9-1), 1030, 10
10. Texas A&M (8-2), 928, 11
11. South Carolina (8-2), 882, 12
12. Stanford (8-2), 865, 5
13. Michigan State (9-1), 729, 16
14. UCLA (8-2), 700, 15
15. Louisville (9-1), 627, 13
16. Fresno State (9-0), 622, 14
17. Wisconsin (8-2), 511, 20
18. Oklahoma (8-2), 502, 17
19. LSU (7-3), 478, 18
20. Central Florida (8-1), 446, 19
21. Northern Illinois (10-0), 418, 21
22. Arizona State (8-2), 352, 22
23. Minnesota (8-2), 173, 25
24. Duke (8-2), 131, NR
25. Southern California (8-3), 115, NR

Dropped out: No. 23 Miami (Fla.) (7-3, lost to then-unranked Duke 48-30), No. 24 Texas (7-3, lost then-No. 10 Oklahoma State 38-13).

Others receiving votes: Mississippi (7-3) 35; Cincinnati (8-2) 23; Michigan (7-3) 14; Texas (7-3) 7; Louisiana-Lafayette (8-2) 6; Miami (Fla.) (7-3) 5; Ball State (9-2) 4; East Carolina (8-2) 1; Georgia (6-4) 1; Nebraska (7-3) 1; Toledo (7-3) 1.

BCS Standings

RK, TEAM, BCS AVG, PVS, Comp. Avg., Comp. Pct.
1, Alabama, .9914, 1, 1, .980
2, Florida State, .9661, 2, 1, .980
3, Ohio State, .8869, 3, 5, .850
4, Baylor, .8856, 5, 3, .870
5, Oregon, .7917, 6, 6, .780
6, Auburn, .7860, 7, 3, .870
7, Clemson, .7681, 8, 7, .750
8, Missouri, .7231, 9, 8, .710
9, Stanford, .6238, 4, 8, .710
10, Oklahoma State, .5890, 12, 14, .470
11, South Carolina, .5883, 10, 10, .640
12, Texas A&M, .5394, 11, 17, .400
13, Michigan State, .4646, 16, 15, .440
14, UCLA, .4615, 13, 13, .510
15, Fresno State, .4134, 14, 16, .410
16, Northern Illinois, .3729, 15, 12, .520
17, Arizona State, .3414, 19, 11, .580
18, UCF, .3033, 17, 18, .320
19, Wisconsin, .2907, 22, 20, .240
20, Oklahoma, .2760, 18, 21, .220
21, Louisville, .2664, 20, 26, .010
22, LSU, .2645, 21, 23, .150
23, USC, .1070, NR, 22, .170
24, Ole Miss, .1048, NR, 19, .250
25, Minnesota, .0604, NR, 28, .000


 

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