Tigers Move Up in Football Polls


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CLEMSON -- Clemson is ranked 22nd in the latest AP and Coaches' Polls. The Tigers were as high as 20th in the AP poll this season after opening wins against Texas A&M and Maryland. This is fourth week Clemson has been ranked in the AP top 25 this year.


AP Poll

RK TEAM                 REC  PTS PVS 
 1. USC (55)  		11-0 1615 1 
 2. Texas (10)  	11-0 1570 2 
 3. LSU 		10-1 1447 3 
 4. Penn State 		10-1 1430 4 
 5. Virginia Tech 	10-1 1332 5 
 6. Ohio State 		 9-2 1276 7 
 7. Notre Dame 		 9-2 1252 6 
 8. Oregon 		10-1 1144 8 
 9. Auburn 		 9-2 1126 9 
10. Miami 		 9-2 989 10 
11. UCLA 		 9-1 942 11 
12. West Virginia 	 9-1 932 12 
13. Georgia 		 9-2 899 13 
14. Alabama 		 9-2 758 14 
15. TCU 		10-1 740 15 
16. Louisville 		 8-2 600 17 
17. Florida 		 8-3 542 19 
18. Texas Tech 		 9-2 512 18 
19. Boston College 	 8-3 396 21 
20. Michigan 		 7-4 340 22 
21. Wisconsin 		 9-3 317 24 
22. Clemson 		 7-4 225 25 
23. Fresno State 	 8-3 203 16 
24. Georgia Tech 	 7-4 187 20 
25. Iowa 		 7-4  91 NR 

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES

Oklahoma 73, South Carolina 64, Florida State 24, Central Florida 20, Boise State 15, Nevada 13, California 10, Nebraska 8, Northwestern 8, Colorado 7, Minnesota 6, Toledo 6, Iowa State 4, UTEP 2.


USA Today Coaches' Poll

1. So California (53) 		11-0 1,540 1 
2. Texas (9)  			11-0 1,497 2 
3. LSU 				10-1 1,397 3 
4. Penn State 			10-1 1,369 4 
5. Virginia Tech 		10-1 1,290 5 
6. Ohio State 			9-2  1,162 7 
7. Notre Dame 			9-2  1,153 6 
8. Oregon 			10-1 1,127 8 
9. Auburn 			9-2  1,049 9 
10. Miami (Fla.) 		9-2   990 10 
11. UCLA 			9-1   946 11 
12. West Virginia 		9-1   883 12 
13. Georgia 			9-2   827 13 
14. Alabama 			9-2   731 14 
15. TCU 			10-1  705 15 
16. Texas Tech 			9-2   605 17 
17. Louisville 			8-2   532 18 
18. Florida 			8-3   506 19 
19. Boston College 		8-3   436 20 
20. Wisconsin 			9-3   367 22 
21. Michigan 			7-4   250 23 
22. Fresno State  		8-3   186 16 
23. Clemson 			7-4   158 NR 
24. Georgia Tech 		7-4    80 24 
25. Iowa  			7-4    76 NR 


Dropped out

No. 21 Florida State (7-4, lost to then-No. 19 Florida 34-7), No. 25 Iowa State (7-4, lost to Kansas 24-21 OT).


Others receiving votes

Oklahoma (7-4) 61; Florida State (7-4) 40; Boise State (9-3) 39; South Carolina (7-4) 38; Central Florida (8-3) 30; Northwestern (7-4) 22; California (7-4) 15; Iowa State (7-4) 11; Nevada (8-3) 9; Colorado (7-4) 7; Minnesota (7-4) 6; Nebraska (7-4) 5; Texas-El Paso (8-3) 2; Rutgers (7-4) 1; Toledo (8-3) 1; Virginia (6-5) 1.

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