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Today's Top 25 of Tomorrow: Does LSU Win First Place in the College Football Ranking?



The LSU will almost certainly top 4 in the new college football rankings when the AP Top 25 is released on Sunday. But even if the consensus vote does not rank third in Ohio, second in Clemson, or one in Alabama, the tigers will be the country's number one in the country.

In the poll last week, all Top Five teams received votes in first place. Alabama received 32 of the 62 votes in first place, Clemson followed with 15, Ohio State with 10 and Georgia (3) and LSU (2) rounded off the count. If the LSU finished in first place before an impressive victory against the Gators in a top-10 match, that win combined with the defeat of Georgia should cause the Tigers to close the gap to the trio of national championship contenders.

There's still a long way for the LSU to complete this championship battle to the finish, but their previous profile in 201

9 is worth putting the tigers right next to Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State on the top rung of the sport , Next up is a road trip to Mississippi, a home game against Auburn before off-week and the much-anticipated showdown against Alabama on 9 November. If the LSU continues these victories, the number 1 decision could be made to take the lead that Saturday in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

But enough about what could happen in November, we think the new AP Top 25 will look like that on Sunday.

1. Alabama (1): No one in the country receives more YAC quality (meters after catch) than Alabama. Henry Ruggs, Jaylen Waddle and DeVonta Smith contributed to another impressive Tua Tagovailoa air raid in a 47-28 win at Texas A & M.

. 2 Clemson (2): Dabo Swinney has one of the country's most talented squads, but what's scary is that they are really good at creating hidden yard goods, field positions and profitable games with their defense. Back after an idle week, the tigers jumped out to a 28-0 halftime lead and crossed to a 31-point win against Florida State.

3. Ohio State (3): The Buckeyes were off in Week 7.

4. LSU (5): There is still much to do until the LSU has achieved all of its goals. Despite Florida's efforts and clinging to a 2-point victory, the tigers show they are in line with the championship standard.

5. Oklahoma (6): The loss of Georgia will push the Sooners up, but I do not think Oklahoma will reach number 4, even if the win against Texas is the argument for a national Title candidate represents.

6. Wisconsin (8 🙂 The game flew under the radar, so allow me to turn to those who did not see it: Wisconsin went straight for the state of Michigan. The result was 38-0, but it felt like 50-0, or at least it quickly became clear Sparty would not make an insult. Jonathan Taylor is the star that people know, but the Badgers defense is why they are playoff contenders.

. 7 Penn State (10): After a 17:12 victory in Iowa, we saw the Nittany Lions Notre Dame jump, but I doubt that this is a team that will overtake Wisconsin in the pecking order. This was a great test for a Penn State team that has achieved the most difficult turn of its mid-season schedule and certainly has. Next is another primetime game, but this time at home against Michigan.

8. Florida (7): Now the Gators will be judged against the one-loss teams and there will be a little boost, not only because Florida's only loss for a top five Team in Death Valley came – – at night – but what it looked like against a national championship candidate. Florida was competitive and ready for the fight, and I think Florida is always a step ahead of rival Georgia despite a 14-point defeat.

9. Georgia (3): Voters respect a direct advantage quite well if there are not too many conflicts with the profit-loss balance. For this reason, you can rest assured that the Bulldogs will not fall under Notre Dame after losing at home to South Carolina.

10. Notre Dame (9): This year's team has found it has a dominating role in crime, and on Saturday night they pushed the USC around and rolled over 300 hectic yards. Ian Book intervened with Tony Jones Jr. and the other Irish skill position players, crushing the Trojans and prevailing for a 30-27 win.

. 11 Auburn (12): The tigers were off in week 7.

12. Oregon (13): A strong run-pass balance on an eventful night for Oregon's offensive suggests that much progress has been made in the rest of the season for this team, but the Colorado's 45: 3 victory over the ducks is a real success highlighting the defense, which could be the key to winning the Pac-12. The Oregon defense has earned the opponents seven points or less in all five wins, and now this group must prove its dominance on the road with one of the most important games of the season in Washington next Saturday.

13. Boise State (14): The Broncos are currently deployed against Hawaii.

14. Texas (11): There is no doubt that Texas will be the country's top two-defeat team, but where they could land could be higher than some would expect Based on how the top 25 seem to be graduated at the moment. Last week's polls saw a clear separation between Oregon and the state of Boise and again between Michigan and Iowa. These gaps between 10 and 20 probably mean that Texas will not fall to 15 after their close defeat of Oklahoma in Dallas.

15. Utah (15): There was little resistance when Utah brought the state of Oregon back into the lineup with Zack Moss. Moss only needed five stretcher to reach 121 yards and two scores thanks to a 91-yard Welcome Back run in the first half.

16. Michigan (16): A late thrust from Illinois made a solid victory on Michigan Road look less spectacular. On the one hand, the Wolverines took advantage of the breaks to build up a big lead early on, but on the other hand, it's not encouraging to see them lag and let the Illini back into play.

17th Arizona State (18): Jayden Daniels added another special moment to the season's most impressive season for newcomers to the Pac-12, when he led the Sun Devils into a game-changing touchdown drive in the fourth quarter, with a touchdown run from the Air locked up against Washington State.

18. Baylor (22): A double-time extra-time win over Texas Tech marks a third successive thriller for Baylor's 6-0 final, which will be here for Matt Rhule in the third year fantastic defense leads to a breakthrough.

19th SMU (21): The Mustangs were switched off in week 7.

20. Cincinnati (25): In a situation that might have failed Cincinnati after beating UCF, the Bearcats took to the streets, defeating Houston 38-23 and improving 5: 1.

21. Minnesota (NR): The first team of "Others Receiving Votes" a week ago may have had a great showing after a handball match against Nebraska and improved to 6: 0. Both the opponents and the winning streak have prevented voters from supporting the Gophers, but the dominance of Saturday night could override Sunday morning's vote.

22nd Missouri (NR): The Tigers were eliminated in Week 7, but this 4-1 win against West Virginia and South Carolina looks much better after Gamecock's Athens win, Ggeorgia. Next up is Ole Miss on the 12th of October.

23. Appalachian State (NR): Expect from the 5-0 climbers that they appear on enough ballots to crack the top 25 after being battled against Louisiana last Wednesday against Sun won a game belt title game.

24. Iowa (17): I think this is where the Hawkeyes end up in a second defeat against a high-ranking opponent. It's true that Texas A & M's "our only losses are quality losses" is right on the edge of the polls.

25. Washington (NR): The Huskies topped the 25 after last week's polls. They are currently deployed in Arizona.

Expected Failure: Wake Forest (19), Virginia (20), Memphis (23), Texas A & M (24)

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