Clemson ranked in top 10 of Harris Poll


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New York, N.Y. — October 27, 2013— Today’s Harris Interactive College Football Polls shows the Top 25
results compiled from rankings submitted by the Harris Interactive panel of former coaches, players and
administrators, and current and former members of the media. All of the top five teams in last week’s poll won
this week and retained their position in the top five. Alabama and Oregon remain in the top two spots.

1 Alabama (94) 8-0 2,590 Beat Tennessee 45-10 Idle 1

2 Oregon (10) 8-0 2,492 Beat #11 UCLA 42-14 Idle 2

3 Florida State 7-0 2,386 Beat North Carolina State 49-17 #7 Miami (FL) 3

4 Ohio State 8-0 2,301 Beat Penn State 63-14 at Purdue 4

5 Baylor 7-0 2,130 Beat Kansas 59-14 Idle 5

6 Stanford 7-1 2,035 Beat Oregon State 20-12 Idle 8

7 Miami (FL) 7-0 1,977 Beat Wake Forest 24-21 at #3 Florida State 7

8 Clemson 7-1 1,767 Beat Maryland 40-27 at Virginia 10

9 Missouri 7-1 1,510 Lost to #20 South Carolina 27-24 (2OT) Tennessee 6

10 Oklahoma 7-1 1,475 Beat #9 Texas Tech 38-30 Idle 14

11 Auburn 7-1 1,453 Beat Florida Atlantic 45-10 at Arkansas 15

12 LSU 7-2 1,408 Beat Furman 48-16 Idle 12

13 Texas A&M 6-2 1,364 Beat Vanderbilt 56-24 UTEP 13

14 Texas Tech 7-1 1,093 Lost to #14 Oklahoma 38-30 #15 Oklahoma State 9

15 Oklahoma State 6-1 1,081 Beat Iowa State 58-27 at #14 Texas Tech 17

16 Louisville 7-1 1,056 Beat South Florida 34-3 Idle 16

17 South Carolina 6-2 1,043 Beat #6 Missouri 27-24 (2OT) Mississippi State 20

18 Fresno State 7-0 965 Beat San Diego State 35-28 (OT) Nevada 18

19 UCLA 5-2 683 Lost to #2 Oregon 42-14 Colorado 11

20 Northern Illinois 8-0 650 Beat Eastern Michigan 59-20 at Massachusetts 21

21 Michigan 6-1 528 Idle at #23 Michigan State 22

22 Central Florida 6-1 502 Beat Connecticut 62-17 Idle 25

23 Michigan State 7-1 391 Beat Illinois 42-3 #21 Michigan NR

24 Wisconsin 5-2 350 Idle at Iowa 24

25 Arizona State 5-2 135 Idle at Washington State (Thur) NR

Number of first place votes shown in parentheses.

Other teams receiving votes: Notre Dame 91; Virginia Tech 79; Oregon State 62; Georgia 50; Texas 40; Houston 38; BYU 19; Florida 13;
Minnesota 9; Mississippi 9; Nebraska 8; Ball State 7; Duke 5; Arizona 3; Washington 2.

Dropped out of Top 25: Virginia Tech, Nebraska.

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