The move put the Tigers back into
the top 10 for the first time since Oct. 1 when LSU was ranked No. 9 in the AP
poll following a 48-17 win over
Despite its movement in the AP and
Coaches Polls, the Tigers slide just one spot in the BCS Standings as LSU is No.
11 in this week's standings. The Tigers have a computer ranking average of 13,
which makes up one third of the BCS Standings formula. LSU's BCS average this week is .6028,
which puts the Tigers just percentage points of out eighth place in the
The Tigers are one of three
Southeastern Conference teams in the top 11 in the BCS led by No. 4 Florida.
The Tigers, winners of four straight, return to action on Saturday as they host Ole Miss at 7 p.m. in Tiger Stadium. LSU will bring an 8-2 overall mark and a 4-2 league record into the game, while the Rebels are 3-7 overall and 1-5 in conference action.