The Tigers defeated Clemson 42-25 in the College Football Playoff national championship game on Monday night.
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LSU enters the game as a 5.5-point favorite, while Clemson aims to win back-to-back titles and extend its unbeaten run to 30 games.
Three of the four analysts are been-there, done-that kind of experts, including two Heisman Trophy winners and a national championship-winning coach.
LSU opened as a 3-point favorite, but it didn't take long for the line to move quicker than an LSU touchdown from Joe Burrow to Justin Jefferson.
LSU blew out Oklahoma on Saturday, and Clemson needed late rallies on both offense and defense to extend their winning streak to 29 games and have an opportunity to defend their national championship.
No. 2 ranked Ohio State and No. 3 ranked Clemson meet in the CFP semifinal for the first time since 2016.
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On Sunday the College Football Playoff selection committee will determine the four teams that will compete for the national title.
The Tigers can become the first team in FBS history to win five consecutive conference championship games with a victory over the Cavaliers on Saturday.
Championship Week begins on Friday night, when Utah and Oregon collide for the Pac-12 title, with a further nine games scheduled for Saturday.
The top four is expected to remain unchanged going into Championship Week, but Alabama should fall down the rankings after losing to Auburn in the Iron Bowl.
No major changes are expected in the top four of the latest CFP rankings, but Alabama is set to fall away after losing to Auburn in the Iron Bowl.
Utah and Oregon kick off Championship Week when they meet in the Pac-12 title decider on Friday, with LSU facing Georgia in the SEC title game on Saturday.
The No. 3-ranked Tigers are 11-0 and could go unbeaten in the regular season for a second consecutive year.
Ohio State leapfrogged LSU at No. 1, while Clemson and Georgia rounded up the top four and Utah climbed up to No. 6.
LSU, Ohio State and Clemson are set to retain the top three spots but Georgia's No.4 ranking could be in jeopardy.
LSU, Ohio State and Clemson are expected to retain the top three spots, while Utah could climb up to sixth.
The final week of regular season features a number of potentially crucial games, with Auburn taking on Alabama in the Iron Bowl and Ohio State traveling to Michigan.
The Crimson Tide remained at No.5 in the latest set of CFP rankings, with LSU, Ohio State, Clemson and Georgia occupying the first four spots.
There are two weekends of regular season remaining, plus the conference championship weekend before the final rankings are released, and anything can still happen.
The CFP selection committee will release its latest set of rankings on Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. ET during its traditional show on ESPN.
LSU, Ohio State, Clemson and Georgia should again make the top four of the CFP, while Oregon and UCLA are closing in on a playoff spot.
The Bulldogs' win over Auburn vaulted them into the No.4 spot, while LSU, Ohio State and Clemson remained in the top three.
The reigning national champions have secured a fifth consecutive divisional title and can move within one game of finishing a second straight regular season undefeated.
Clemson is back in the top four, while Alabama could miss the playoffs and the Big 12 has work to do.
Minnesota made the biggest leap and now sits in the top 10 after knocking off Penn State last weekend. LSU, Ohio State and Clemson hold down the top three spots, and the race for the fourth spot heats up.