The #1 ranked LSU Tigers took care of business last Friday, beating then-No. 3 Arkansas 41-17, securing their spot in the SEC Championship.  The Tigers will play No. 12 Georgia this Saturday.

All of the polls were released yesterday, and the Tigers are still #1 in all the polls -- plus, they widened their gap from first to second place in all polls.

The Tigers finished the regular season at a perfect 12-0 (8-0 SEC). The Tigers website reported:

A 41-17 victory over then-No. 3 Arkansas put the LSU Football team in Saturday’s Southeastern Conference Championship game, where the No. 1-ranked Tigers will face No. 12 Georgia.

Kickoff for the SEC Championship game will be 3 p.m. CT at the Georgia Dome. The game will be televised by CBS, with ESPN College GameDay on hand for its 8-11 a.m. CT morning show.

Source: Lsusports.net

Want to see the gap in points that LSU has now or where the other teams are?  Well here are the rankings as of yesterday November 27th, 2011.

Bowl Championship Series Standings


RK, TEAM, BCS AVG, PVS, COMP. AVG , COMP. %
1. LSU, 1.000, 1, 1, 1.000
2. Alabama, .9551, 2, 2, .950
3. Oklahoma State, .8712, 4, 3, .930
4. Stanford, .8559, 6, 4, .820
5. Virginia Tech, .7811, 5, 10, .620
6. Houston, .7399, 8, 8, .730
7. Boise State, .7027, 7, 9, .680
8. Arkansas, .7003, 3, 6, .780
9. Oregon, .6862, 10, 10, .620
10. Oklahoma, .6710, 9, 5, .800
11. Kansas State, .5702, 11, 6, .780
12. South Carolina, .5684, 12, 12, .600
13. Michigan State, .5369, 14, 16, .380
14. Georgia, .5348, 13, 14, .490
15. Wisconsin, .4576, 16, 19, .250
16. Michigan, .4310, 15, 15, .410
17. Baylor, .3910, 18, 13, .550
18. TCU, .3310, 20, 18, .290
19. Nebraska, .2578, 21, 20, .240
20. Clemson, .1979, 17, 21, .180
21. Penn State, .1382, 19, 23, .140
22. Texas, .1334, 25, 17, .310
23. West Virginia, .1241, NR, 29, .000
24. Southern Miss, .0724, NR, 29, .000
25. Missouri, .0588, NR, 22, .160


The AP Top 25


Rank, Team, Record Points, Previous
1. LSU (60) 12-0 1,500 1
2. Alabama 11-1 1,440 2
3. Oklahoma St. 10-1 1,286 5
4. Stanford 11-1 1,281 4
5. Virginia Tech 11-1 1,196 6
6. Arkansas 10-2 1,060 3
7. Houston 12-0 1,055 8
8. Oregon 10-2 1,054 9
t9. Boise St. 10-1 1,053 7
t9. Southern Cal 10-2 1,053 10
11. Michigan St. 10-2 866 11
12. Georgia 10-2 825 13
13. Oklahoma 9-2 808 12
14. South Carolina 10-2 796 14
15. Wisconsin 10-2 749 15
16. Kansas St. 9-2 658 16
17. Michigan 10-2 570 17
18. TCU 9-2 488 19
19. Baylor 8-3 468 21
20. Nebraska 9-3 352 22
21. Clemson 9-3 258 18
22. West Virginia 8-3 196 NR
23. Penn St. 9-3 151 20
24. Southern Miss. 10-2 78 NR
25. Florida St. 8-4 58 NR

Others receiving votes: Notre Dame 53, Texas 45, Cincinnati 23, Arkansas St. 18, Georgia Tech 16, BYU 13, Missouri 13, Virginia 9, Tulsa 7, Louisville 3, N. Illinois 1.


USA TODAY TOP 25 COACHES’ POLL – Nov. 27, 2011

 

 

Rank, School (First-place votes) (Record), Points, Last week’s rank,
1. LSU (59) (12-0), 1475, 1
2. Alabama (11-1), 1411, 2
3. Virginia Tech (11-1), 1291, 4
4. Stanford (11-1), 1289, 5
5. Oklahoma State (10-1), 1245, 6
6. Houston (12-0), 1096, 7
7. Oregon (10-2), 1041, 9
8. Boise State (10-1), 1033, 8
9. Michigan State (10-2), 941, 10
10. Arkansas (10-2), 937, 3
11. Oklahoma (9-2), 882, 11
12. Wisconsin (10-2), 852, 12
13. South Carolina (10-2), 833, 13
14. Georgia (10-2), 816, 14
15. Kansas State (9-2), 681, 15
16. Michigan (10-2), 658, 16
17. TCU (9-2), 534, 18
18. Baylor (8-3), 457, 20
19. Nebraska (9-3), 390, 22
20. West Virginia (8-3), 295, 23
21. Clemson (9-3), 286, 17
22. Penn State (9-3), 192, 19
23. Southern Mississippi (10-2), 173, NR
24. Florida State (8-4), 86, NR
25. Cincinnati (8-3), 56, NR

Dropped out: No. 21 Georgia Tech (8-4, lost to No. 14 Georgia 31-17), No. 24 Notre Dame (8-4, lost to then-No. 5 Stanford 28-14), No. 25 Virginia (8-4, lost to then-No. 4 Virginia Tech 38-0).

Others receiving votes: Texas (7-4) 51; Georgia Tech (8-4) 42; Brigham Young (8-3) 29; Notre Dame (8-4) 29; Northern Illinois (9-3) 19; Missouri (7-5) 16; Arkansas State (9-2) 13; Ohio (9-3) 8; Virginia (8-4) 8; Rutgers (8-4) 6; Louisiana Tech (8-4) 4.


Harris Interactive College Football Poll


Rank, Team, Record, Points, Previous Week’s Rank
1, LSU (115), 12-0, 2,875, 1
2, Alabama, 11-1, 2,756, 2
3, Stanford, 11-1, 2,512, 4
4, Virginia Tech, 11-1, 2,438, 5
5, Oklahoma State, 10-1, 2,414, 6
6, Houston, 12-0, 2,147, 7
7, Oregon, 10-2, 2,107, 9
8, Boise State, 10-1, 2,092, 8
9, Arkansas, 10-2, 1,971, 3
10, Oklahoma, 9-2, 1,768, 10
11, Michigan State, 10-2, 1,704, 11
12, Georgia, 10-2, 1,613, 12
13, Wisconsin, 10-2, 1,567, 14
14, South Carolina, 10-2, 1,554, 13
15, Kansas State, 9-2, 1,348, 15
16, Michigan, 10-2, 1,256, 16
17, TCU, 9-2, 980, 19
18, Baylor, 8-3, 900, 20
19, Nebraska, 9-3, 773, 21
20, Clemson, 9-3, 632, 17
21, West Virginia, 8-3, 495, 24
22, Penn State, 9-3, 415, 18
23, Southern Miss, 10-2, 287, NR
24, Florida State, 8-4, 169, NR
25, Texas, 7-4, 160, NR

Source: Lsusports.net

So, get ready Tiger fans for this Saturday’s game against Georgia for all the marbles!  The Southeastern Conference Championship will be in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta at 3 p.m.

ESPN College Gameday will be there live, and it will be televised starting at 8 a.m. on ESPNU then at 9 a.m. on ESPN!

Geaux Tigers!