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Clemson ranked No. 2 in latest AP Poll

Clemson stayed at the No. 2 spot behind Alabama by 65 total points in the Associated Press Top 25 on Sunday.

The Tigers defeated Pittsburgh 42-10 to record their fourth straight ACC crown. The top five is Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, and Ohio State.

ACC schools included in the Top 25 included Clemson (2) and Syracuse (17).

The largest jump in the poll was Fresno State moving up six spots to No. 19 with their 19-16 win over Boise State. The biggest fall in the rankings was Texas as they moved down five spots to No. 14 with their loss to Oklahoma.

AP Top 25 - 12/02

1 Alabama

2. Clemson

3. Notre Dame

4. Oklahoma

5. Ohio State

6. Georgia

7. UCF

8. Michigan

9. Washington

10. Florida

11. LSU

12. Washington State

13. Penn State

14. Texas

15. West Virginia

16. Kentucky

17. Syracuse

18. Miss State

19. Fresno State

20. Utah

21. Texas A&M

22. Army

23. Boise State

24. Missouri

25. Iowa State

Others receiving votes:Northwestern 109, Utah St. 86, NC State 54, Cincinnati 39, Stanford 28, Appalachian St. 19, UAB 4, Iowa 4, Troy 1, Oregon 1.

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