Latest Coaches Poll: December 5

Latest Coaches Poll: December 5

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Latest Coaches Poll: December 5

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The latest USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll has been released following conference championship Saturday in college football.

Clemson (9-3, 6-2 ACC) is now ranked No. 22 in the latest Coaches Poll.

The Tigers were previously ranked No. 24 in the Coaches Poll released Nov. 28 following their 30-0 victory over South Carolina in Columbia in the final week of the regular season.

Here is the latest Coaches Poll (Dec. 5):

1 Alabama 12-1 1540 54 2 1 1/5
2 Michigan 12-1 1474 5 3 1 2/NR
3 Georgia 12-1 1420 0 1 -2 1/5
4 Cincinnati 13-0 1392 3 4 — 2/10
5 Notre Dame 11-1 1266 0 6 1 5/13
6 Baylor 11-2 1204 0 9 3 6/NR
7 Ohio State 10-2 1170 0 7 — 3/12
8 Mississippi 10-2 1134 0 8 — 8/25
9 Oklahoma State 11-2 1036 0 5 -4 5/23
10 Michigan State 10-2 903 0 13 3 6/NR
11 Utah 10-3 893 0 17 6 11/NR
12 Pittsburgh 11-2 886 0 15 3 12/NR
13 Oklahoma 10-2 853 0 11 -2 2/13
14 Brigham Young 10-2 792 0 14 — 10/NR
15 Oregon 10-3 589 0 10 -5 3/15
16 Iowa 10-3 561 0 12 -4 2/18
17 UL Lafayette 12-1 444 0 21 4 17/NR
18 NC State 9-3 436 0 20 2 18/NR
19 Wake Forest 10-3 389 0 18 -1 9/NR
20 Kentucky 9-3 327 0 22 2 11/NR
21 Houston 11-2 315 0 16 -5 16/NR
22 Clemson 9-3 252 0 24 2 2/NR
23 Texas A&M 8-4 239 0 23 — 5/NR
24 Arkansas 8-4 185 0 25 1 11/NR
25 Texas-San Antonio 12-1 146 0 NR 2 16/NR

Schools Dropped Out

No. 19 San Diego State.

Others Receiving Votes

Wisconsin 105; Utah State 85; San Diego State 62; Minnesota 17; Air Force 15; Penn State 5; Fresno State 5; UCLA 3; Mississippi State 2; Coastal Carolina 2; Appalachian State 2; Purdue 1.

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