Clemson remained No. 4 in the latest College Football Playoff Committee Poll which was released on Tuesday.
The Tigers, who will host rival South Carolina on Saturday in Death Valley, are coming off a 35-13 victory at Wake Forest.
The release of Tuesday’s poll means Clemson has been ranked in every College Football Playoff Poll top 25 since the format began in 2014. Clemson, Alabama, Florida State, Ohio State and Utah are the only schools to be ranked in the top 25 in all 17 polls so far.
Clemson has been ranked in the top four of the CFP each of the last 10 rankings, something only Alabama can also boast. Alabama has a top four ranking in each of the last 14 polls and Clemson has the second longest streak with 10.
Clemson is one of three ACC teams ranke in this week’s CFP Rankings. Besides Clemson’s No. 4 spot, Louisville is ranked No. 11 and Florida State is ranked No. 14. The Tigers of couse defeated both the Cardinals and Seminoles this season. They also have a win over No. 13 Auburn.
Alabama is the No. 1 ranked team. It is followed by Ohio State at No. 2, Michigan at No. 3, Clemson at No. 4 and Washington at No. 5. Wisconsin is ranked No. 6 in the latest poll.
Clemson (10-1) was ranked No. 3 and No. 4 in the latest Coaches and Associated Press Top 25 polls on Sunday. They marked the 21st straight week the Tigers have been ranked in the top 5.
With its win over Wake Forest, Clemson clinched a share of the ACC’s Atlantic Division and earned a berth in the ACC Championship Game on Dec. 3 in Orlando, Florida.
College Football Playoff Rankings: Week 13
2. Ohio State
7. Penn State
10. Oklahoma State
12. Southern Cal
14. Florida State
18. West Virginia
19. Boise State
21. Western Michigan
23. Washington State