LSU is a top-10 team.

The Tigers are No. 9 in the coaches poll and No. 10 in the Associated Press top 25, both released Sunday.

LSU, 12th in each poll last week, has its first top-10 ranking since last October – before a loss at Ole Miss.

The Tigers followed a comeback victory over Wisconsin in the season opener by beating Sam Houston State 56-0 on Saturday night. LSU is the fifth-highest ranked Southeastern Conference team in the poll, trailing No. 2/3 Alabama, No. 5/5 Auburn, No. 6/6 Georgia and No. 8/7 Texas A&M.

Florida State remained at No. 1 in both polls, receiving 51 of the 62 first-place votes in the coaches and 38 of the 60 votes in the AP poll. Oregon received 16 first-place votes in the AP top 25.

LSU hosts Louisiana-Monroe (2-0) on Saturday before opening league play with a game at home against Mississippi State.

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