Clemson slips in latest AP Poll

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Clemson dropped one spot to a #12 ranking with 853 votes in the latest AP Poll on Sunday afternoon. Last week, Clemson was ranked #11 with 953 votes.

The Tiger played Louisville and defeated them 20-17 on a Thursday night game on Sept 17th and then Clemson has had a bye week to rest and game plan for Notre Dame.

Clemson will play Notre Dame at 8 p.m in Memorial Stadium on Oct. 3 and it will be the first appearance for the Fighting Irish in Death Valley since 1977.

Other ACC schools in the Top 25 include Florida State at #11.

Utah jumped eight spots to #10 in the rankings while Oregon dropped completely out of the Top 25 poll. This is the first time that the Ducks have been unranked since 2009.

AP Poll

1. Ohio State
2. Michigan State
3. Ole MIss
4. TCU
5. Baylor
6. Notre Dame
8. Georgia
9. LSU
10. Utah
11. Florida State
12. Clemson
13. Alabama
14. Texas A&M
15. Oklahoma
16. Northwestern
17. USC
18. Stanford
19. Wisconsin
20. Oklahoma State
21. Mississippi State
22. Michigan
23. West Virginia
24. California
25. Florida

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