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Clemson stays a clear No. 1 in AP Top 25

Clemson remained a firm No. 1 in the Associated Press Top 25 on Sunday after its 52-10 win over Charlotte this weekend.

The Tigers (1,543 points) outpace Alabama (1,485), Georgia (1,400), LSU (1,344) and Ohio State (1,288).

Wisconsin jumped five spots to No. 8 after sending previous No. 11 Michigan back to No. 20.

Joining Clemson from the ACC is Virginia (18), with Wake Forest just outside the top-25.

AP Top 25 - 9/22

RANK TEAM PV RANK CONFERENCE POINTS

1 Clemson (4-0) 1 ACC 1,543

2 Alabama (4-0) 2 SEC 1,485

3 Georgia (4-0) 3 SEC 1,400

4 LSU (4-0) 4 SEC 1,344

5 Ohio State (4-0) 6 Big Ten 1,288

6 Oklahoma (3-0) 5 Big 12 1,283

7 Auburn (4-0) 8 SEC 1,169

8 Wisconsin (3-0) 13 Big Ten 1,071

9 Florida (4-0) 9 SEC 1,022

10 Notre Dame (2-1) 7 IA Independents 989

11 Texas (3-1) 12 Big 12 968

12 Penn State (3-0) 13 Big Ten 848

13 Oregon (3-1) 16 Pac-12 839

14 Iowa (3-0) 18 Big Ten 714

15 California (4-0) 23 Pac-12 547

16 Boise State (4-0) 20 Mountain West 524

17 Washington (3-1) 22 Pac-12 498

18 Virginia (4-0) 21 ACC 430

19 Utah (3-1) 10 Pac-12 426

20 Michigan (2-1) 11 Big Ten 287

21 USC (3-1) Pac-12 257

22 UCF (3-1) 15 American Athletic 252

23 Texas A&M (2-2) 17 SEC 233

24 Kansas State (3-0) Big 12 230

25 Michigan State (3-1) Big Ten 104

Others receiving votes:

Wake Forest 73, Oklahoma State 57, Southern Methodist 55, Army 46, Memphis 42, Iowa State 31, Appalachian State 24, Washington State 21, Missouri 14, Mississippi State 14, Pittsburgh 6, Arizona State 5, Minnesota 5, Colorado 5, Tulane 1

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