Clemson ranked #1 in latest AP Poll

by - Assoc. Editor -

Clemson (12-0, 8-0) remained No. 1 in the nation in the latest AP Poll with 1511 points and 53 out of 61 first-place votes on Sunday after a 37-32 road victory over South Carolina on Saturday afternoon.

The Tigers lost seven points and two first-place votes from last week's poll after completing a perfect regular season.

The win was Clemson's 50th all-time victory at South Carolina over their rival and the Tigers lead the series 67-42-4 overall.

This is just the second time the Clemson football program is 12-0 in a season (1981, 2015) and the Tigers have won 15 in a row which is the longest active streak in the nation.

Clemson and Iowa are the only two undefeated teams left in the nation.

The Tigers were already ranked #1 in the latest Coaches Poll on Sunday afternoon.

Latest AP Poll

1 Clemson (53)
2 Alabama (8)
3 Oklahoma
4 Iowa
5 Michigan State
6 Ohio State
7 Stanford
8 North Carolina
9 Notre Dame
10 Florida State
11 TCU
12 Baylor
13 Northwestern
14 Oklahoma State
15 Oregon
16 Mississippi
17 Houston
18 Florida
19 Michigan
20 Temple
21 Utah
22 Navy
23 LSU
24 USC
25 Wisconsin

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