The latest AP top 25 poll was released on Sunday, and for the first time in almost nine years, the LSU Tigers did not receive a vote.

LSU fell to the Troy Trojans, 24-21, last Saturday, snapping a 49-game home non-conference winning streak in the process.

After that stunning defeat, which dropped them to 3-2, the Tigers did not receive a single vote in this week's poll, the first time since December 7, 2008 that has happened.

The Alabama Crimson Tide, following their 66-3 bashing of Ole Miss, remains the top team in country, with Clemson, Oklahoma, Penn St., and Georgia rounding out the top five.

At 6-10, respectively, this week, it's Washington, Michigan, TCU, Wisconsin, and Ohio St.

LSU and Mississippi St. fell out of the poll this week, with North Carolina St. and UCF joining the rankings.