Coaches poll released after championship weekend

Coaches poll released after championship weekend

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Coaches poll released after championship weekend

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The USA TODAY Sports AFCA football coaches poll was released Sunday following conference championship weekend in college football.

Clemson (11-2, 9-0 ACC) stayed at No. 11 in the new coaches poll following its 39-10 win over North Carolina in the ACC Championship Game on Saturday night at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte.

With the win over the Tar Heels, the Tigers claimed their seventh conference championship in the past eight years, and became the first program to win 21 ACC titles.

You can see the full coaches poll following championship weekend below:

Rank Team Record PTS 1st Prev Chg Hi/Lo
1 Georgia 13-0 1523 59 1 1/3
2 Michigan 13-0 1466 2 2 2/6
3 Ohio State 11-1 1359 0 5 2 2/5
4 Texas Christian 12-1 1353 0 3 -1 3/NR
5 Alabama 10-2 1282 0 6 1 1/11
6 Tennessee 10-2 1116 0 8 2 3/NR
7 Penn State 10-2 1074 0 7 7/NR
8 Southern California 11-2 1054 0 4 -4 4/15
9 Kansas State 10-3 1050 0 10 1 9/NR
10 Utah 10-3 1044 0 12 2 8/19
11 Clemson 11-2 1003 0 11 4/12
12 Washington 10-2 864 0 9 -3 9/NR
13 Florida State 9-3 741 0 14 1 13/NR
14 Oregon 9-3 661 0 15 1 6/24
15 Louisiana State 9-4 635 0 13 -2 6/NR
16 Oregon State 9-3 629 0 16 16/NR
17 Tulane 11-2 591 0 18 1 17/NR
18 UCLA 9-3 541 0 17 -1 10/NR
19 South Carolina 8-4 354 0 20 1 19/NR
20 Notre Dame 8-4 323 0 19 -1 5/NR
21 Texas 8-4 300 0 21 18/NR
22 Texas-San Antonio 11-2 206 0 24 2 22/NR
23 Mississippi State 8-4 139 0 25 2 17/NR
24 Troy 11-2 132 0 NR 3 24/NR
25 North Carolina 9-4 95 0 22 -3 11/NR
Schools Dropped Out
No. 23 Central Florida.
Others Receiving Votes
NC State 60; Mississippi 44; Central Florida 43; Fresno State 37; Pittsburgh 28; Air Force 17; South Alabama 14; Purdue 12; Cincinnati 10; Minnesota 7; Duke 6; Coastal Carolina 5; Illinois 4; Boise State 3.

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