Where are the Tigers ranked in the AP Poll?

Where are the Tigers ranked in the AP Poll?

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Where are the Tigers ranked in the AP Poll?

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

Miami, No. 2, and Oklahoma, No. 3, both jumped the Tigers in the poll.

Clemson is coming off a 31-14 victory over Florida State on Saturday, a game in which the defense dominated the Seminoles, holding them to 21 yards rushing.

Associated Press Top 25 Poll

RANK TEAM RECORD POINTS PV RANK
1 Alabama (57) 10-0 1,521 1
2 Miami (FL) (4) 9-0 1,438 7
3 Oklahoma 9-1 1,367 5
4 Clemson 9-1 1,358 4
5 Wisconsin 10-0 1,322 6
6 Auburn 8-2 1,199 10
7 Georgia 9-1 1,151 2
8 Ohio State 8-2 1,036 11
9 Notre Dame 8-2 1,001 3
10 Oklahoma State 8-2 898 12
11 TCU 8-2 875 8
12 USC 9-2 866 15
13 Penn State 8-2 818 16
14 UCF 9-0 807 14
15 Washington State 9-2 614 19
16 Washington 8-2 575 9
17 Mississippi State 7-3 492 18
18 Memphis 8-1 437 20
19 Michigan 8-2 315 21
20 Stanford 7-3 287
21 LSU 7-3 276
22 Michigan State 7-3 259 13
23 South Florida 8-1 236 22
24 West Virginia 7-3 222 23
25 North Carolina State 7-3 178

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