LSU Without A Vote In AP Poll For First Time Since 2008
The latest AP top 25 poll was released on Sunday, and for the first time in almost nine years, the LSU Tigers did not receive a vote.
LSU fell to the Troy Trojans, 24-21, last Saturday, snapping a 49-game home non-conference winning streak in the process.
After that stunning defeat, which dropped them to 3-2, the Tigers did not receive a single vote in this week's poll, the first time since December 7, 2008 that has happened.
The Alabama Crimson Tide, following their 66-3 bashing of Ole Miss, remains the top team in country, with Clemson, Oklahoma, Penn St., and Georgia rounding out the top five.
At 6-10, respectively, this week, it's Washington, Michigan, TCU, Wisconsin, and Ohio St.
LSU and Mississippi St. fell out of the poll this week, with North Carolina St. and UCF joining the rankings.