The LSU Tigers have moved up in the national polls again this week.  After the Tigers win over South Carolina Saturday, LSU finds themselves just outside the top 5 in the AP Poll and they cracked the top 5 in the coaches poll.

The Tigers who are 5-0 on the season now are ranked #6 in this weeks AP Pool and ranked #5 in the Amway Coaches poll.

The Tigers have a huge game this week as they take on #8 Florida in Baton Rouge.  Florida is undefeated as well this year sitting at 6-0 and is a real surprise this year in the SEC.

So it's going be #6 LSU against #8 Florida this Saturday.  That game is going to be huge for the Tigers and will be played at Tigers stadium.  The game kicks off at 6:00 p.m. and will be televised on ESPN.

AP Top 25 
Oct. 11, 2015

1, Ohio State (27), 1,411, 1
2, Baylor (13), 1,390, 3
3, TCU (3), 1,354, 2
4, Utah (16), 1,350, 5
5, Clemson (1), 1,260, 6
6, LSU, 1,231, 7
7, Michigan State, 1,139, 4
8, Florida, 1,075, 11
9, Texas A&M (1), 1,046, 9
10, Alabama, 1,034, 8
11, Florida State, 937, 12
12, Michigan, 894, 18
13, Mississippi, 803, 14
14, Notre Dame, 766, 15
15, Stanford, 662, 16
16, Oklahoma State, 614, 21
17, Iowa, 520, 22
18, UCLA, 487, 20
19, Oklahoma, 342, 10
20, Northwestern, 317, 13
21, Boise State, 260, 25
22, Toledo, 237, 24
23, California, 204, 23
24, Houston, 121, NR
25, Duke, 114, NR

Amway Coaches Poll 
Oct. 11, 2015

1, Ohio State (47) 6-0, 1547, 1
2, Baylor (8) 5-0, 1463, 4
3, TCU (5) 6-0, 1441, 2
4, Michigan St. (1) 6-0, 1358, 3
5, LSU (1) 5-0, 1288, 5
6, Clemson, 5-0, 1245, 6
7, Utah (1) 5-0, 1239, 7
8, Florida State, 5-0, 1080, 8
9, Alabama, 5-1, 1052, 10
10, Texas A&M, 5-0, 1028, 11
11, Florida, 6-0, 1001, 12
12, Ole Miss, 5-1, 837, 13
13, Notre Dame, 5-1, 786, 15
14, Michigan, 5-1, 760, 21
15, Oklahoma State, 6-0, 689, 19
16, Stanford, 4-1, 677, 18
17, Iowa, 6-0, 525, 23
18, UCLA, 4-1, 466, 20
19, Oklahoma, 4-1, 432, 9
20, Boise State, 5-1, 321, 24
21, Northwestern, 5-1, 242, 14
22, Memphis, 5-0, 185, 25
23, California, 5-1, 174, 22
24, Duke, 5-1, 154, NR
25, Toledo, 5-0, 149, NR

Schools Dropped Out
No. 16 Georgia, No. 17 Southern California.

Source:LSUSports.net