Where LSU opponents rank after week 10 in USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll

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It was a close call for the LSU Tigers this week as they faced off with the No. 3 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide on Saturday. They gave it their all but fell short against a team vying for a spot in the College Football Playoffs. Alabama would climb to No. 2 this week.

USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll was released on Sunday. Once again this week the Georgia Bulldogs kept their stranglehold on the top spot after knocking off Missouri on Saturday.

The lone remaining game against a ranked opponent comes on Nov. 27 when the No. 11 Texas A&M Aggies roll into Baton Rouge.

A look at the full coaches poll after this week’s slate of games.

Full USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll:

Rank

Team

Record

Points

Change

1

Georgia

9-0

1,600 (64)

2

Alabama

8-1

1,483

+1

3

Cincinnati

9-0

1,430

-1

4

Oklahoma

9-0

1,423

5

Ohio State

8-1

1,356

6

Oregon

8-1

1,291

+1

7

Notre Dame

8-1

1,182

+1

8

Michigan

8-1

1,099

+2

9

Michigan State

8-1

1,074

-3

10

Oklahoma State

8-1

1,045

+1

11

Texas A&M

7-2

1,023

+1

12

Ole Miss

7-2

862

+3

13

Wake Forest

8-1

769

-4

14

Iowa

7-2

636

+2

15

BYU

8-2

552

+5

16

UTSA

9-0

525

+2

17

Houston

8-1

472

+2

18

Baylor

7-2

449

-5

19

NC State

7-2

445

+3

20

Auburn

6-3

382

-6

21

Coastal Carolina

8-1

335

22

Pittsburgh

7-2

293

+3

23

Penn State

6-3

249

24

Wisconsin

6-3

177

+7

25

UL Lafayette

8-1

164

+1

Dropped from the rankings:

No. 17 Kentucky; No. 24 Southern Methodist

Others receiving votes:

Arkansas 116; San Diego State 103; Purdue 77; Kentucky 74; Utah 34; Iowa State 21; Appalachian State 19; Southern Methodist 18; Minnesota 10; Nevada 3; Fresno State 3; Clemson 3; Tennessee 2; Arizona State 1.

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