Tigers move up in AP Poll

Tigers move up in AP Poll

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Tigers move up in AP Poll

Clemson’s football team moved up to No. 2 in the latest Associated Press Top 25 Poll, which was released on Sunday.

The Tigers (3-0, 1-0 ACC) are coming off of a 47-21 victory over then-No. 14 Louisville at Papa John’s Stadium in Louisville, Ky. Clemson received 15 first place votes, moving them up from No. 3 to No. 2 in the poll.

Alabama, who is No. 1, had 45 first place votes. Oklahoma had one.

Behind quarterback Kelly Bryant, Clemson totaled 613 yards while running for 297. Bryant threw for 316 yards on 22-of-32 passing, including a 79-yard touchdown pass to Ray-Ray McCloud.

Clemson will return to Death Valley next Saturday where it will play ACC foe Boston College at 3:30 p.m.

AP Top 25 Poll: 

 

1 Alabama (45) 3-0 1,504 1
2 Clemson (15) 3-0 1,446 3
3 Oklahoma (1) 3-0 1,432 2
4 Penn State 3-0 1,306 5
5 USC 3-0 1,241 4
6 Oklahoma State 3-0 1,154 9
7 Washington 3-0 1,141 6
8 Michigan 3-0 1,081 7
9 Wisconsin 3-0 1,031 10
10 Ohio State 2-1 1,015 8
11 Georgia 3-0 940 13
12 Florida State 0-1 922 11
13 Virginia Tech 3-0 730 16
14 Miami (FL) 1-0 606 17
15 Auburn 2-1 596 15
16 TCU 3-0 553 20
17 Mississippi State 3-0 532
18 Washington State 3-0 419 21
19 Louisville 2-1 356 14
20 Florida 1-1 308 24
21 South Florida 3-0 272 22
22 San Diego State 3-0 201
23 Utah 3-0 194
24 Oregon 3-0 158
25 LSU 2-1 153 12

 

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