Yes. Yes, we're still watching the polls. The season isn't over. Not by far. Below are the polls
|1||Mississippi State||Mississippi State||Alabama|
|2||Florida State||Florida State||Mississippi St|
|7||Arizona State||Ohio State||Florida State|
|8||Ohio State||Arizona State||Baylor|
|10||Ole Miss||Ole Miss||Georgia|
|12||Michigan State||Michigan State||Arizona State|
|13||Kansas State||Kansas State||Kansas State|
|23||Colorado State||Georgia Tech||Arizona State|
As expected, Auburn takes a big hit and drops to #9, so we're still in the Top 10 of both polls, at least. This also makes Auburn the highest ranking two-loss team in the nation.
MSU remains #1. Alabama moves up courtesy of Auburn's loss. Ole Miss and Georgia both climb a bit with the losses ahead of them to #10 and #14, respectively. LSU drops with their third loss of the season down to #20.
In the AP Poll, MSU remains #1, but Alabama only moves up to #4 with Oregon jumping them for the #3 spot. Ole Miss to #10, UGA to #14, and LSU to #20 in the AP, as well.
Kansas State's loss to TCU drops the Wildcats down to #13 in both polls. Meanwhile, Louisiana Tech is still undefeated in conference play and 7-3 overall and rolling on towards a date with the Marshall Thundering Herd in the Conference USA Championship.