The LSU Tigers are down just a little in the latest College Football Playoff rankings.

LSU (7-2), who was blanked by the Alabama Crimson Tide, 29-0, last Saturday at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, fell three spots, to #7, in this week's rankings, the second of the year, which were unveiled on Tuesday night.

The Tigers, who travel to face the Arkansas Razorbacks this Saturday, are still ahead of multiple one-loss teams, including Washington St., West Virginia, and Ohio St., who are ranked 8-10, respectively, as well as undefeated UCF, who is ranked 12th.

As expected, Alabama is ranked #1 and Clemson #2, while Notre Dame is up one spot to #3.

Michigan is up to the all-important 4th spot this week, with Georgia right behind at #5.

Oklahoma is ranked #6, followed by LSU, Washington St., West Virginia, and Ohio St. to round out the top ten.

Here are the top 25 teams sorted by conference:

ACC:  Clemson (2), Syracuse (13), North Carolina State (14), Boston College (17)

AAC:  UCF (12)

Big 10:  Michigan (4), Ohio State (10), Michigan St. (18),  Penn State (20)

Big 12:  Oklahoma (6), West Virginia (9), Texas (19), Iowa State (22)

Independent:  Notre Dame (3)

Mountain West:  Fresno State (23)

Pac-12:  Washington State (8), Washington (25)

SEC:  Alabama (1), Georgia (5), LSU (7), Kentucky (11), Florida (15), Mississippi State (16), Auburn (24).

View this week's complete College Football Playoff rankings.