Where is Clemson ranked in the latest CFP Rankings?

Where is Clemson ranked in the latest CFP Rankings?


Where is Clemson ranked in the latest CFP Rankings?

Clemson is ranked No. 2 in this week’s College Football Playoff Committee Rankings.

This is the third straight week this year the Tigers have been ranked in the top four of the committee’s rankings. This is also the 15th straight week the Tigers have been ranked in the top four since 2015.

Clemson, Alabama and Ohio State are the only schools to be ranked in the playoff committee’s top 25 since it debuted in 2014.

Clemson (9-1) of course is coming off of a 31-14 victory over Florida State. This week the Tigers will host The Citadel in their regular season home finale. They also have games remaining against South Carolina (7-3) and Miami (9-0) in the ACC Championship Game, which will be played on Dec. 2 in Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C.

The Hurricanes are ranked No. 3 in the CFP Rankings.

CFP Top 25 Rankings:

1.  Alabama

2. Clemson

3. Miami

4. Oklahoma

5. Wisconsin

6. Auburn

7. Georgia

8. Notre Dame

9. Ohio State

10. Penn State

11. Southern Cal

12. TCU

13. Oklahoma State

14. Washington State

15. UCF

16. Mississippi State

17. Michigan State

18. Washington

19. NC State

20. LSU

21. Memphis

22. Stanford

23. Northwestern

24. Michigan

25. Boise State



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