No. 1 LSU's loss shakes up the rankings -- again
It took three overtimes, but No. 1 LSU finally fell to No. 17 Kentucky. What did we learn from the game? ESPN.com's Chris Low gives us his instant analysis:
• LSU lost. Why should we be surprised? What a wacky year in college football, and it just got a little crazier tonight with Kentucky knocking off No. 1-ranked LSU 43-37 in three overtimes. The door is wide-open now for Cal to move into the No. 1 spot in the polls, and more importantly, the top spot in the first BCS standings when they come out on Sunday. The Bears are tied right now 7-7 with Oregon State.
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