LSU has fallen out of the Top 10 after suffering its first loss on Saturday, as the Florida Gators scored two fourth quarter touchdowns to beat the Tigers 27-19.

The Tigerss fell eight spots to number 13 in the AP Poll, and dropped down to number 12 in the Coach's Poll.

LSU gave up five sacks, allowed 215 rushing yards, Quarterback Joe Burrow threw two interceptions, missed on a couple of deep balls and there were dropped passes. Head Coach Ed Orgeron says too many mistakes to win an SEC game on the road.

LSU had a chance to a 14-0 lead in the 1st quarter, but Burrow was pressured and fumbled. Orgeron says that was a big point in the game.

Coming into the game, Burrow hadn't thrown an interception all year, but ended the night in Florida with two. But many observers are still not placing blame on Burrow for the LSU passing game struggles. There are many fingers being pointed at the LSU wide receivers, and some questioning the team's play calling.

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