Clemson no longer No. 1 in AP Poll

Clemson no longer No. 1 in AP Poll

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Clemson no longer No. 1 in AP Poll

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The latest Associated Press college football poll was released on Sunday. Clemson fell to No. 2 in this week’s rankings after holding the top spot for the first five weeks of the season. Alabama moves into the top spot while Georgia remains No. 3.

Wake Forest is No. 22 in the poll, while Virginia falls to No. 23.

Associated Press Poll

  1. Alabama (29) 5-0
  2. Clemson (18) 5-0
  3. Georgia  (4) 4-0
  4. Ohio State (7) 5-0
  5. LSU 4-0
  6. Oklahoma 4-0
  7. Auburn 5-0
  8. Wisconsin 4-0
  9. Notre Dame 3-1
  10. Florida 5-0
  11. Texas 3-1
  12. Penn State 4-0
  13. Oregon 3-1
  14. Iowa 4-0
  15. Washington 4-1
  16. Boise State 4-0
  17. Utah 4-1
  18. UCF 4-1
  19. Michigan 3-1
  20. Arizona State 4-1
  21. Oklahoma State 4-1
  22. Wake Forest 5-0
  23. Virginia 4-1
  24. Southern Miss 5-0
  25. Texas A&M 3-2

Michigan State 4-1

Note: ( ) indicates first place votes

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