Clemson stays in Top 3 of latest AP Poll


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Clemson stays in Top 3 of latest AP Poll

Clemson (6-0, 3-0 ACC) stayed at the ranking at #3 overall and received two first place votes with 1,406 total points in the latest AP Poll released on Monday afternoon.

The Tigers are only 38 points behind Ohio State for #2 in the rankings.

Five ACC schools were in the Top 25 with Clemson (#3), Louisville (#7), Florida State (#14), Miami (#16), and Virginia Tech (#17).

1. Alabama (56)
2. Ohio St (2)
3. Clemson (2)
4. Michigan (1)
5. Washington
6. TAMU
7. Louisville
8. Wisconsin
9. Tennessee
10. Nebraska
11. Baylor
12. Ole Miss
13. Houston
14. Florida State
15. Boise State
16. Miami
17. Virginia Tech
18. Florida
19. Oklahoma
20. West Virginia
21. Utah
22. Arkansas
23. Auburn
24. Western Michigan
25. Navy

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