Clemson gains more first place votes in Coaches Poll

Clemson gains more first place votes in Coaches Poll

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Clemson gains more first place votes in Coaches Poll

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Clemson continues to hold on to the top spot of the Amway Coaches Poll, which was released Sunday. It now has 62 first place votes. Last week it had 60.

The Tigers (3-0, 2-0 ACC) remained No. 1 after Saturday’s 41-6 victory at Syracuse.

Virginia is the only other team from the ACC that is ranked. The Cavaliers debuted in the Coaches Poll at No. 22.

Amway Coaches Poll

1 Clemson 3-0 1622 62 1 1/1
2 Alabama 3-0 1560 3 2 2/2
3 Georgia 3-0 1463 0 3 3/3
4 Oklahoma 3-0 1409 0 4 4/4
5 Louisiana State 3-0 1361 0 5 5/6
6 Ohio State 3-0 1342 0 6 5/6
7 Notre Dame 2-0 1182 0 7 7/9
8 Florida 3-0 1095 0 8 8/10
9 Auburn 3-0 1093 0 9 9/16
10 Michigan 2-0 928 0 10 7/10
11 Utah 3-0 915 0 12 1 11/15
12 Penn State 3-0 864 0 11 -1 11/14
13 Texas 2-1 847 0 13 9/13
14 Wisconsin 2-0 806 0 14 14/17
15 Texas A&M 3-0 702 0 15 11/15
16 Central Florida 3-0 697 0 16 16/18
17 Oregon 2-1 586 0 17 13/18
18 Iowa 3-0 553 0 18 18/19
19 Washington State 3-0 516 0 20 1 19/21
20 Boise State 3-0 321 0 22 2 20/NR
21 Washington 2-1 274 0 21 12/21
22 Virginia 3-0 222 0 NR 4 22/NR
23 California 3-0 122 0 NR 5 23/NR
24 Arizona State 2-0 109 0 NR 19 24/NR
25 Kansas State 3-0 106 0 NR 25/NR
No. 19 Michigan State; No. 23 Mississippi State; No. 24 Southern California; No. 25 Maryland.
Oklahoma State 100; Memphis 68; Texas Christian 55; Michigan State 47; Wake Forest 33; Army 31; Brigham Young 25; Kentucky 14; Appalachian State 12; Temple 7; Mississippi State 6; Minnesota 5; Maryland 5; Nebraska 4; Navy 4; Duke 4; Tulane 3; Iowa State 3; Wyoming 1; Southern Methodist 1; Southern California 1; Arizona 1.

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