Sept. 16 Football National Rankings

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BATON ROUGE — Coming off a dramatic 22-21 victory at No. 7 Auburn on Saturday, the LSU football team continued to climb in the national polls. 
LSU (3-0, 1-0 SEC) became the first team since 1976 to record two victories over AP Top-10 opponents in the first three weeks of the season.
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Check back for the AP Top 25.

Amway Coaches’ Poll
Rank, Team (First-Place Votes), Record, Points, Previous1, Alabama (60), 3-0, 1572, 12, Clemson (2), 3-0, 1477, 23, Georgia, 3-0, 1436, 34, Ohio State (1), 3-0, 1405, 45, Oklahoma, 3-0, 1339, 56, LSU, 3-0, 1171, 137, Stanford, 3-0, 1116, 98, Notre Dame, 3-0, 1083, 89, Penn State, 3-0, 1070, 1010, Virginia Tech, 2-0, 927, 1111, Auburn, 2-1, 921, 712, Washington, 2-1, 909, 1213, West Virginia, 2-0, 824, 1514, Mississippi State, 3-0, 780, 1615, Oklahoma State, 3-0, 672, 1916, Wisconsin, 2-1, 626, 617, TCU, 2-1, 508, 1418, UCF, 2-0, 500, 1819, Oregon, 3-0, 384, 2320, Miami, 2-1, 373, 2021, Michigan, 2-1, 354, 2222, Texas A&M, 2-1, 150, NR23, Michigan State, 1-1, 141, 2424, Boise State, 2-1, 114, 1725, Boston College, 3-0, 109, NR
Schools Dropped OutNo. 25 Arizona State.
Others Receiving VotesKentucky 98; Duke 55; South Florida 45; Colorado 41; South Carolina 40; Iowa 36; Washington State 35; Brigham Young 30; Missouri 21; NC State 19; Appalachian State 13; Syracuse 11; California 11; Utah 10; Cincinnati 10; Texas 9; North Texas 5; Troy 4; Minnesota 3; San Diego State 3; Florida 3; Arizona State 3; Houston 2; Tennessee 2; Arkansas State 2; Vanderbilt 2; Fresno State 1.

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