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LSU coach Ed Orgeron leads his players onto the gridiron for the first half of a game against Northwestern State at Tiger Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019, in Baton Rouge, La.

The LSU football team stayed at No. 2 in the latest rankings of the AP Top 25 poll, which was updated and released Sunday afternoon.

LSU (7-0, 3-0 Southeastern Conference) beat Mississippi State (3-4, 1-3 SEC) 36-13 on Saturday in Davis Wade Stadium, and the Tigers remain a serious championship contender heading into the core of its conference schedule.

LSU is 7-0 for the first time since 2015, when the Tigers won seven straight games before the streak was snapped in a 30-16 loss at No. 7 Alabama.

See the rest of the top 25 here.

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Advocate LSU football beat reporter and AP Top 25 voter Brooks Kubena's poll

1. Ohio State (7-0)

2. LSU (7-0)

3. Alabama (7-0)

4. Oklahoma (7-0)

5. Clemson (7-0)

6. Penn State (7-0)

7. Oregon (6-1)

8. Notre Dame (5-1)

9. Florida (7-1)

10. Auburn (6-1)

11. Wisconsin (6-1)

12. Georgia (6-1)

13. Utah (6-1)

14. Baylor (7-0)

15. Minnesota (7-0)

16. Southern Methodist (7-0)

17. Texas (5-2)

18. Appalachian Sate (6-0)

19. Michigan (5-2)

20. Cincinnati (6-1)

21. Iowa (5-2)

22. Boise State (6-1)

23. Memphis (6-1)

24. Iowa State (5-2)

25. Navy (5-1)

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Email Brooks Kubena at bkubena@theadvocate.com.