Clemson stays in Top 3 in latest Coaches Poll


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Clemson stays in Top 3 in latest Coaches Poll

Clemson (4-0, 1-0 ACC) stayed at the #3 ranking in the latest Coaches Poll on Sunday after the Tigers defeated Georgia Tech 26-7 on Thursday night at Bobby Dodd Stadium.

The Tigers were ranked #3 in the previous poll.

#3 Clemson (4-0, 1-0 ACC) will face #4 Louisville (4-0, 2-0 ACC) on Saturday night at 8 pm in Death Valley.

Top 25 Amway Coaches Poll

1 Alabama 4-0 1597 61 1 0 1/1

2 Ohio State 3-0 1506 2 2 0 2/5

3 Clemson 4-0 1440 1 3 0 2/3

4 Louisville 4-0 1411 0 4 0 4/23

5 Michigan 4-0 1333 0 5 0 5/8

6 Stanford 3-0 1269 0 6 0 5/7

7 Houston 4-0 1250 0 7 0 7/13

8 Wisconsin 4-0 1127 0 10 2 10/NR

9 Washington 4-0 1049 0 9 0 9/18

10 Texas A&M 4-0 1016 0 13 3 13/NR

11 Tennessee 4-0 986 0 12 1 10/15

12 Florida State 3-1 843 0 14 2 2/14

13 Baylor 4-0 797 0 15 2 15/21

14 Miami 3-0 664 0 19 5 19/NR

15 Nebraska 4-0 649 0 20 5 20/NR

16 Michigan State 2-1 597 0 8 -8 8/11

17 Mississippi 2-2 558 0 21 4 12/21

18 Utah 4-0 504 0 23 5 23/NR

19 Texas Christian 3-1 330 0 21 2 12/NR

20 Georgia 3-1 271 0 11 -9 9/16

21 Florida 3-1 254 0 16 -5 16/25

22 Arkansas 3-1 197 0 18 -4 18/NR

23 North Carolina 3-1 173 0 27 4 20/NR

24 San Diego State 3-0 156 0 28 4 –

25 Texas 2-1 142 0 24 -1 16/NR

Schools Dropped Out

No. 17 LSU, No. 25 Iowa.

Others Receiving Votes

Iowa 127; Boise State 126; Arizona State 94; Oklahoma 77; West Virginia 46; LSU 30; Western Michigan 25; Memphis 23; Virginia Tech 20; UCLA 20; Auburn 18; Colorado 16; Minnesota 14; Navy 14; Wake Forest 9; Kansas State 6; Air Force 4; Toledo 4; Oregon 3; Maryland 2; Appalachian State 1; South Florida 1; Troy 1.

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