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Dec. 2 Football National Rankings

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BATON ROUGE -- The final regular-season polls are revealed on Sunday, as the LSU Football team awaits its postseason bowl destination.

LSU (9-3) will play in the 50th bowl game in program history, its 19th-consecutive bowl berth.

Following the four-team College Football Playoff pairings at 11:30 a.m. CT, the final CFP rankings will be revealed at 1 p.m., and the "New Years Six" bowl games will be announced approximately 2 p.m. CT.

Should LSU remain in the Top 12 of the CFP rankings, the Tigers expect to be selected to one of the New Year's Six games - likely the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl in Atlanta (Dec. 29, 11 a.m. CT) or the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, Ariz. (Jan. 1, 12 p.m. CT).

Tickets to LSU's bowl game will go on sale to the public at www.LSUtix.net shortly after the announcement.

Follow @LSUfootball on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for updates on the Tigers' postseason destination, or visit LSUsports.net for details.

College Football Playoffs/New Year's Six Pairings

CFP Semifinals
Capital One Orange, Dec. 29, 3 or 7 p.m. CT, No. 1 Alabama vs. No. 4 Oklahoma
Goodyear Cotton, Dec. 29, 3 or 7 p.m., No. 2 Clemson vs. No. 3 Notre Dame

Additional "New Year's Six" Bowls
Chick-fil-A Peach, Dec. 29, 11 a.m. CT - TBA
PlayStation Fiesta, Jan. 1, 12 p.m. CT - TBA
Rose pres. by Northwestern Mutual, Jan. 1, 4 p.m. CT - TBA
Allstate Sugar, Jan. 1, 7:45 p.m. CT - TBA

College Football Playoff
Final Rankings

Rank, Team, Record
1. Alabama, 13-0
2. Clemson, 13-0
3. Notre Dame, 12-0
4. Oklahoma, 12-1
5. Georgia, 11-2
6. Ohio St., 12-1
7. Michigan, 10-2
8. UCF, 12-0
9. Washington, 10-3
10. Florida, 9-3
11. LSU, 9-3
12. Penn St., 9-3
13. Washington St., 10-2
14. Kentucky, 9-3
15. Texas, 9-4
16. West Virginia, 8-3
17. Utah, 9-4
18. Mississippi St., 8-4
19. Texas A&M, 8-4
20. Syracuse, 9-3
21. Fresno St., 11-2
22. Northwestern, 8-5
23. Missouri, 8-4
24. Iowa St., 8-4
25. Boise St., 10-3

AP Top 25
Week 15

Rank, Team (First-Place Votes), Record, Points
1, Alabama (61), 13-0, 1,525
2, Clemson, 13-0, 1,460
3, Notre Dame, 12-0, 1,405
4, Oklahoma, 12-1, 1,327
5, Ohio State, 12-1, 1,254
6, Georgia, 11-2, 1,247
7, UCF, 12-0, 1,158
8, Michigan, 10-2, 1,076
9, Washington, 10-3, 992
10, Florida, 9-3, 894
11, LSU, 9-3, 847
12, Washington State, 10-2, 845
13, Penn State, 9-3, 773
14, Texas, 9-4, 763
15, West Virginia, 8-3, 694
16, Kentucky, 9-3, 639
17, Syracuse, 9-3, 516
18, Mississippi State, 8-4, 375
19, Fresno State, 11-2, 373
20, Utah, 9-4, 362
21, Texas A&M, 8-4, 359
22, Army, 9-2, 209
23, Boise State, 10-3, 144
24, Missouri, 8-4, 133
25, Iowa State, 8-4, 110

Others receiving votes: Northwestern 109, Utah St. 86, NC State 54, Cincinnati 39, Stanford 28, Appalachian St. 19, UAB 4, Iowa 4, Troy 1, Oregon 1.

Amway Coaches Poll
Week 15

Rank, Team (First-Place Votes), Record, Points, Previous
1, Alabama (62), 13-0, 1598, 1
2, Clemson (2), 13-0, 1538, 2
3, Notre Dame, 12-0, 1460, 3
4, Oklahoma, 12-1, 1375, 5
5, Ohio State, 12-1, 1326, 6
6, Georgia, 11-2, 1316, 4
7, UCF, 12-0, 1218, 7
8, Michigan, 10-2, 1122, 8
9, Washington, 10-3, 1046, 11
10, Florida, 9-3, 976, 10
11, LSU, 9-3, 899, 14
12, Penn State, 9-3, 889, 12
13, Washington State, 10-2, 856, 13
14, Texas, 9-4, 776, 9
15, Kentucky, 9-3, 696, 15
16, West Virginia, 8-3, 683, 16
17, Syracuse, 9-3, 505, 18
18, Mississippi State, 8-4, 501, 19
19, Utah, 9-4, 411, 17
20, Texas A&M, 8-4, 388, 22
21, Fresno State, 11-2, 357, 23
22, Northwestern, 8-5, 159, 21
23, Utah State, 10-2, 125, 24
24, Boise State, 10-3, 122, 20
25, Army, 9-2, 114, 25

Others Receiving Votes:
Iowa State 87; NC State 63; Cincinnati 62; Missouri 61; Appalachian State 32; Iowa 19; Stanford 9; Oregon 5; UAB 4; Buffalo 1; Georgia Southern 1.

FWAA-NFF Super 16

Rank, Team (First-Place Votes), Record, Points, Previous
1. Alabama (49), 13-0, 814, 1
2. Clemson (2), 13-0, 767, 2
3. Notre Dame, 13-0, 699, 3
4. Oklahoma, 12-1, 644, 5
5. Georgia, 11-2, 616, 4
6. Ohio St., 12-1, 581, 6
7. UCF, 12-0, 478, 7
8. Michigan, 10-2, 442, 8
9. Washington, 10-3, 351, 10
10. LSU, 9-3, 283, 12
11. Florida, 9-3, 280, 11
12. Texas, 9-4, 234, 9
13. Penn St., 9-3, 207, 14
14. Washington St., 10-2, 202, 13
15. West Virginia, 8-3, 111, 15
16. Kentucky, 9-3, 93, 16

Others Receiving Votes: Texas A&M (26), Mississippi St. (23), Fresno St. (23), Syracuse (19), Utah (18), Missouri (8), Ole Miss (4), Oregon (4), Auburn (3), Northwestern (2), NC State (2), Boise St. (1), Miami (Fla.) (1).

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