Tigers Stadium was rocking last night as the LSU Tigers beat the Idaho Vandals 63-14 for their record setting 40th straight non-conference regular season victory and their 20th straight home victory in a row.

With LSU's big win and USC losing to Stanford, the Tigers moved up in the AP and USA Today Coaches polls.

The Tigers are now #2 in both the AP and USA Today Coaches polls released today.  SEC Western conference foes Alabama stayed in the #1 spot in both polls.

Here is the polls:

AP Top 25

Team Record, Points, Previous
1. Alabama (58) 3-0 1,498 1
2. LSU (2) 3-0 1,433 3
3. Oregon 3-0 1,356 4
4. Florida St. 3-0 1,275 5
5. Georgia 3-0 1,203 7
6. Oklahoma 2-0 1,181 5
7. South Carolina 3-0 1,081 8
8. West Virginia 2-0 1,051 9
9. Stanford 3-0 1,009 21
10. Clemson 3-0 899 11
11. Notre Dame 3-0 854 20
12. Texas 3-0 816 14
13. Southern Cal 2-1 776 2
14. Florida 3-0 743 18
15. Kansas St. 3-0 683 15
16. Ohio St. 3-0 680 12
17. TCU 2-0 535 16
18. Michigan 2-1 448 17
19. UCLA 3-0 429 22
20. Louisville 3-0 366 19
21. Michigan St. 2-1 318 10
22. Arizona 3-0 296 24
23. Mississippi St. 3-0 106 NR
24. Boise St. 1-1 95 NR
25. Nebraska 2-1 80 NR

USA Today Coaches Top 25

Rank , Team (first-place votes), Record, Points , Last week
1. Alabama (54), 3-0, 1,470, 1
2. LSU (5), 3-0, 1,411, 2
3. Oregon, 3-0, 1,339, 4
4. Florida State, 3-0, 1,240, 6
5. Oklahoma, 2-0, 1,201, 5
6. Georgia, 3-0, 1,150, 7
7. West Virginia, 2-0, 1,114, 8
8. South Carolina, 3-0, 1,071, 9
9. Clemson , 3-0, 955, 11
10. Texas, 3-0, 869, 12
11. Stanford, 3-0, 868, 16
12. Southern California, 2-1, 779, 3
13. Kansas State, 3-0, 767, 14
14. Florida, 3-0, 689, 17
15. Notre Dame, 3-0, 681, 19
16. TCU, 2-0, 675, 15
17. Michigan, 2-1, 507, 18
18. Louisville, 3-0, 434, 20
19. UCLA, 3-0, 375, 23
20. Michigan State , 2-1, 354, 10
21. Arizona, 3-0, 296, 25
22. Nebraska, 2-1, 194, 24
23. Mississippi State, 3-0, 99, NR
24. Wisconsin, 2-1, 97, 22
25. Oklahoma State, 2-1, 73, NR

Dropped out
No. 13 Virginia Tech (2-1, lost to Pittsburgh 35-17), No. 21 Arkansas (1-2, lost to No. 1 Alabama 52-0).

Source: LSUsports.net

The Tigers will hit the road for the first time this season to take on  to Auburn this Saturday at 6:00 p.m.  The game will be televised nationally on ESPN.