LSU falls to No. 17 in AP poll, No. 18 in coaches
BATON ROUGE - LSU tumbled 10 spots in the coaches poll and 9 in the AP poll after their 34-29 loss to Mississippi State Saturday night.
Mississippi State, previously unranked in both polls, jumped to No. 14 and No. 16 in the AP poll and coaches poll respectively.
Saturday's game was dominated by Mississippi State for most of the game until the Tigers scored the final 3 touchdowns of the game, making the score of the game look a lot closer than what actually transpired on the field.
It was the first time the Bulldogs beat the Tigers since 1999, and the first time in Tiger Stadium since 1991.
The SEC has 4 teams in the top 10 of the AP poll and 3 in the top 10 of the coaches poll. LSU is the lowest of 8 SEC teams ranked in both polls.
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