The LSU Tigers are back in the top five again of the latest Associated Press college football poll, which was released on Sunday.

LSU, who ran their record to 6-1 on Saturday, with a big 36-16 SEC win over Georgia, is ranked 5th in this week's poll, a jump of 8 spots from last week.

The Tigers were previously in the top five, prior to a 27-19 loss to Florida on October 6.

LSU, who is now 3-1 in SEC play, returns to the gridiron this Saturday night, when they play host to the 22nd-ranked Mississippi St. Bulldogs.

Alabama remains the top team in the land, receiving 60 of a possible 61 first-place votes, while Ohio St., who received the only other first-place vote, moves up to number two.

Clemson is up one spot, to number three, while Notre Dame, who snuck past Pittsburgh, 19-14, also moved up one spot, to number four.

The Tigers, who improved to 4-0 at Tiger Stadium with the win over Georgia, round out the top five.

Michigan is #6, followed by Texas, Georgia, Oklahoma, and UCF, in spots 7-10, respectively.

11-15 includes Florida, Oregon, West Virginia, Kentucky, and Washington, while NC St., Texas A&M, Penn St., Iowa, and Cincinnati are ranked 16-20, respectively.

Finally, in spots 21-25, South Florida, Miss. St., Wisconsin, Michigan St., and Washington St. round out the poll.

View the complete poll, here.