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Do Tigers move up in the AP Poll?

Clemson moved up to No. 4 in the latest Associated Press College Football Poll, which was released on Sunday.

The Tigers moved up one spot after Saturday’s 35-13 victory at Wake Forest. Running back Wayne Gallman led Clemson  with 161 rushing yards and two touchdowns as Clemson clinched the ACC’s Atlantic Division Title and a berth in the ACC Championship Game on Dec. 3 in Orlando, Florida.

RANK TEAM RECORD POINTS PV RANK
1 Alabama (61) 11-0 1,525 1
2 Ohio State 10-1 1,455 2
3 Michigan 10-1 1,370 4
4 Clemson 10-1 1,347 5
5 Wisconsin 9-2 1,255 6
6 Washington 10-1 1,220 7
7 Oklahoma 9-2 1,169 8
8 Penn State 9-2 1,091 9
9 Colorado 9-2 997 12
10 Oklahoma State 9-2 868 13
11 Louisville 9-2 830 3
12 USC 8-3 811 15
13 Florida 8-2 703 21
14 Western Michigan 11-0 701 14
15 Florida State 8-3 661 17
16 Auburn 8-3 613 18
17 Nebraska 9-2 593 19
18 Houston 9-2 490
19 West Virginia 8-2 448 10
20 Boise State 10-1 389 22
21 Utah 8-3 280 11
22 Texas A&M 8-3 253 23
23 Washington State 8-3 186 20
24 Tennessee 8-3 133
25 LSU 6-4 84 16

 

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