Clemson moves up in latest AP Poll


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Peake had 86 yards and two touchdowns against App State

Clemson is ranked #11th in the latest AP Poll after Week 2 of college football action.

The Tigers defeated App State 41-10 in front of a sellout crowd in Death Valley on Saturday afternoon.

Other ACC schools rankings include FSU (#9), Georgia Tech (#14), Louisville (#37) and North Carolina State (#38).

Ohio State remains the #1 team in the land (59 1st place votes) while Michigan State (#4) actually received two first-place votes after its 31-28 victory over the Oregon Ducks.

The Top five are identical in both the Coaches and AP polls: No. 1 Ohio State, No. 2 Alabama, No. 3 TCU, No. 4 Michigan State and No. 5 Baylor.

AP Poll after Week 2:

1 Ohio St (59)
2 Alabama
3 TCU
4 Michigan St (2)
5 Baylor
6 USC
7 Georgia
8 Notre Dame
9 FSU
10 UCLA
11 Clemson
12 Oregon
13 LSU
14 GT
15 Ole Miss
16 OU
17 A&M
18 Auburn
19 BYU
20 Arizona
21 Utah
22 Missouri
23 Northwestern
24 Wisconsin
25 OKST

Others receiving votes: Wisconsin 79, BYU 74, Northwestern 72, Arizona St. 49, Oklahoma St. 30, West Virginia 23, Florida 8, Temple 8, Cincinnati 7, Kansas St. 7, Minnesota 5, Louisville 4, NC State 4, W. Kentucky 3, California 2, Stanford 1

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