The LSU Tigers continue moving up in the national college football polls.  The Tigers are 4-0 on the season after beating Eastern Michigan Saturday night 44-22 in Tiger stadium and have moved up in the polls.

Last week, LSU was ranked #9 in the AP Poll and #8 in the coaches poll.  After LSU's win against Eastern Michigan the have jump up in both major polls.  Ole Miss, UCLA, Georgia and Notre Dame were all in the top 10 last week but all of them lost their games on Saturday.

The Tigers jumped from #9 in the AP poll to #7 and they made a big move in the Coaches poll.  LSU moved from #8 to #5 in the Amway coached poll.

AP Top 25
1, Ohio State (38), 1,444, 1
2, TCU (5), 1,371, 4
3, Baylor (10), 1,364, 5
4, Michigan State, 1,291, 2
5, Utah (7), 1,254, 10
6, Clemson, 1,217, 12
7, LSU, 1,212, 9
8, Alabama, 1,026, 13
9, Texas A&M (1), 1,009, 14
10, Oklahoma, 976, 15
11, Florida, 935, 25
12, Florida State, 922, 11
13, Northwestern, 753, 16
14, Mississippi, 731, 3
15, Notre Dame, 721, 6
16, Stanford, 617, 18
17, USC, 498, 17
18, Michigan, 452, 22
19, Georgia, 441, 8
20, UCLA, 415, 7
21, Oklahoma State, 332, 20
22, Iowa, 254, NR
23, California, 233, 24
24, Toledo, 87, NR
25, Boise State, 65, NR

Amway Coaches Poll - Oct. 4, 2015
1, Ohio State (50), 5-0, 1523, 1
2, TCU (4), 5-0, 1435, 3
3, Michigan State (1), 5-0, 1409, 2
4, Baylor (5), 4-0, 1408, 4
5, LSU (1), 4-0, 1257, 8
6, Clemson, 4-0, 1196, 11
7, Utah (1), 4-0, 1118, 12
8, Florida State, 4-0, 1067, 9
9, Oklahoma, 4-0, 1009, 14
10, Alabama, 4-1, 990, 13
11, Texas A&M, 5-0, 983, 15
12, Florida, 5-0, 755, 23
13, Mississippi, 4-1, 727, 5
14, Northwestern, 5-0, 707, 17
15, Notre Dame, 4-1, 674, 7
16, Georgia, 4-1, 562, 6
17, USC, 3-1, 540, 16
18, Stanford, 4-1, 535, 20
19, Oklahoma State, 5-0, 519, 19
20, UCLA, 4-1, 401, 10
21, Michigan, 4-1, 322, 26
22, California, 5-0, 311, 24
23, Iowa, 5-0, 243, 32
24, Boise State, 4-1, 100, 31
25, Memphis, 5-0, 68, 34

Source:LSUsports.net

This Saturday, LSU travels up to South Carolina to take on the Gamecocks.  The game has been picked up by ESPN and will kickoff and be televised at 11:00 a.m. right after College Gameday.