The downward spiral continues for the LSU Tigers. Once ranked as high as No. 4, the Tigers slipped to No. 17 in the latest Associated Poll rankings released Sunday.
LSU has lost consecutive games to Alabama and Arkansas. The Tigers have not been very competitive in either of those games and have been outscored 61-30 during the two-game span. Tailback Leonard Fournette has struggled in particular, running for just 122 yards against two stout defenses.
The Tigers are practically out of the College Football Playoff discussion, but they can still turn the season into a respectable one. That will start this weekend when they travel to Oxford, Miss., to face Ole Miss in a pivotal SEC West contest.
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Check out the full rankings below:
- Ohio State
- Oklahoma State
- Notre Dame
- Michigan State
- North Carolina
- Florida State
- Southern California
- Washington State
- Ole Miss