Tigers Move Up in Final AP Poll


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CLEMSON - Clemson moved up two spots to No. 21 in the final Associated Press Top 25 college football poll. The Tigers are the highest ranked 4 loss team in the poll.


Clemson (8-4) beat Colorado, 19-10, in the Champs Sports Bowl.


 RK  TEAM                REC  PTS  PVS 
 1. Texas (65)    	13-0 1625 2 
 2. USC 	  	12-1 1560 1 
 3. Penn State 	  	11-1 1484 3 
 4. Ohio State 	  	10-2 1428 4 
 5. West Virginia 	11-1 1325 11 
 6. LSU 		11-2 1314 10 
 7. Virginia Tech 	11-2 1197 12 
 8. Alabama 		10-2 1081 13 
 9. Notre Dame 		9-3  1019 5 
10. Georgia 		10-3 994  8 
11. TCU 		11-1 937  14 
12. Florida 		9-3  817  16 
12. Oregon 		10-2 817  6 
14. Auburn 		9-3  799  7 
15. Wisconsin 		10-3 786  21 
16. UCLA 		10-2 778  17 
17. Miami 		9-3  589  9 
18. Boston College 	9-3  545  19 
19. Louisville 		9-3  410  15 
20. Texas Tech 		9-3  359  18 
21. Clemson 		8-4  339  23 
22. Oklahoma 		8-4  329  NR 
23. Florida State 	8-5  232  22 
24. Nebraska 		8-4  128  NR 
25. California 		8-4   45  NR 

Others receiving votes: Toledo 35, Tulsa 34, Michigan 26, Nevada 25, Navy 20, Iowa 19, Fresno St. 8, Virginia 7, Boise St. 3, Kansas 2, N.C. State 2, Northwestern 2, Arizona St. 1, Georgia Tech 1, Missouri 1, South Carolina 1, Utah 1.

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