Clemson stays in Top 5 in latest AP Poll


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Clemson stays in Top 5 in latest AP Poll

Clemson (3-0, 0-0 ACC) stayed at the ranking of #5 with 1,258 points in the latest AP Poll released on Sunday afternoon.

Clemson was also rated #3 in the Amway Coaches Poll, #3 in the Massey ranking, and #6 in the S&P+ ranking.

ACC rival Florida State (2-1, 0-1 ACC) dropped to #13 while Louisville (3-0, 1-0 ACC) soared to #3 in the polls with six first-place votes. It is the highest ranking in the AP Poll ever for the Cardinals.

Notre Dame, Iowa, and Oregon dropped out of the Top 25.

AP Poll after Week 3

1. Alabama (50)
2. Ohio St (4)
3. Louisville (6)
4. Michigan (1)
5. Clemson
6. Houston
7. Stanford
8. MSU
9. Washington
10. Texas A&M
11. Wisconsin
12. Georgia
13. Florida State
14. Tennessee
15. Miami
16. Baylor
17. Arkansas
18. LSU
19. Florida
20. Nebraska
21. Texas
22. San Diego State
23. Ole Miss
24. Utah
25. Oklahoma

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