Clemson ranked in Top 3 of ESPN's ACC Power Rankings


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ESPN has released its ACC Power Rankings for Week 1 on Tuesday morning and Clemson is tied for #2 overall with Florida State.

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healthy and moving around on the practice field, and that’s enough to bump the Tigers back up to the top spot," ESPN stated. "The question of whether he can stay healthy all season still looms large, but for now, Clemson appears to be in good shape."

Clemson has had four straight 10-win seasons, a first for the program since Clemson had four straight 10-win seasons between 1987-90 and it also the first time the Tigers have won three straight bowl games since 1986-90.

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets donned the top spot in the ESPN power rankings with its 69-6 dismantling win of Alcorn State.

The full ACC power rankings list includes Georgia Tech (#1), Clemson (#T2) Florida State (#T2), Louisville (#4), Virginia Tech (#5), N.C. State (#6), Duke (#7), Miami (#8), North Carolina (#9), Pittsburgh (#10), Virginia (#11), Boston College (#12), Wake Forest (#13) and Syracuse (#14).

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