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

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ESPN has released its ACC Power Rankings after Week 2 on Sunday afternoon and Clemson is ranked #2 overall.

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Moore, SC

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(4 catches, 86 yards, 2 TDs) filled in nicely for the injured Mike WilliamsMike Williams
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, while the Tigers’ defense forced four turnovers and recorded 10 tackles for loss against Appalachian State," ESPN stated. "The big test comes Thursday, a dangerous game at winless Louisville."

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 continue to be on top of the ESPN ACC power rankings with its 65-10 domination of Tulane.

The full ACC power rankings list includes Georgia Tech (#1), Clemson (#2) Florida State (#3), North Carolina State (#4), Duke (#5), Miami (#6), Pittsburgh (#7), Virginia Tech (#8), North Carolina (#9), Boston College (#10), Louisville (#11), Syracuse (#12), Virginia (#13) and Wake Forest (#14).

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