Kirk Herbstreit made sure to give a nod to departing head coach Ed Orgeron and LSU in his weekly list of the country’s top-performing teams after Week 13.

The Tigers upset Texas A&M in Baton Rouge 27-24 on Saturday, Orgeron’s final game as head coach, to become bowl eligible. He later announced that he would not coach the team in its bowl game as his final record is 51-20.

This week, LSU was the lone team among the ESPN analyst’s top performing teams, as you can see below:

LSU now waits for its bowl destination to be announced on Sunday. Before that, it could announce its permanent head coach, with reports claiming that Notre Dame’s Brian Kelly will be Orgeron’s successor.

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