Clemson ranked #1 in ESPN's CFB Power Rankings


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Clemson ranked #1 in ESPN's CFB Power Rankings

Clemson (9-0, 6-0) is still ranked #1 in the latest ESPN College Football Power Rankings with 312 votes on Sunday after an impressive 23-13 victory over Florida State on Saturday.

"After taking the top spot in the initial College Football Playoff rankings, the Tigers erased a 10-6 halftime deficit to Florida State to roll over the Seminoles 23-13 and win the ACC Atlantic Division," ESPN said. "Clemson is 9-0 for the first time since winning the national championship in 1981. In Clemson's two previous 9-0 starts, the Tigers finished the season unbeaten."

The biggest jump in the power rankings was Oklahoma State leaping six spots while the greatest drop in the polls were Memphis and Ole Miss which both plunged ten spots.

ESPN College Football Power Rankings - Week 11

1. Clemson
2. Alabama
3. Ohio State
4. Baylor
5. Notre Dame
6. Oklahoma State
7. Iowa
8. Stanford
9. LSU
10. Oklahoma
11. Florida
12. Utah
13. TCU
14. Michigan State
15. Michigan
16. Houston
17. Florida State
18. North Carolina
19. Temple
20. UCLA
21. Navy
22. Northwestern
23. Mississippi State
24. Wisconsin
25. Memphis


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