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Clemson falls to No. 2 in latest Coaches, AP Polls, Alabama No. 1

September 29, 2019
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Clemson slipped from the top spot in both major polls following their escape in Chapel Hill yesterday afternoon. Clemson, now 5-0 on the season fell just behind the new No. 1 Alabama.

The Crimson Tide knocked off Ole Miss 59-31 Saturday while the Tigers stopped a Tar Heel two-point attempt to win 21-20.

AP Poll Coaches Poll

1 Alabama (5-0) 1478

2 Clemson (5-0) 1426

3 Georgia (4-0) 1375

4 Ohio State (5-0) 1324

5 LSU (4-0) 1322

6 Oklahoma (4-0) 1264

7 Auburn (5-0) 1186

8 Wisconsin (4-0) 1046

9 Notre Dame (3-1) 996

10 Florida (5-0) 986

11 Texas (3-1) 919

12 Penn State (4-0) 878

13 Oregon (3-1) 817

14 Iowa (4-0) 731

15 Washington (4-1) 603

16 Boise State (4-0) 559

17 Utah (4-1) 534

18 UCF (4-1) 352

19 Michigan (3-1) 350

20 Arizona State (4-1) 249

21 Oklahoma State (4-1) 215

22 Wake Forest (5-0) 190

23 Virginia (4-1) 186

23 SMU (5-0) 151

25 Texas A&M (3-2) 147

1 Alabama (5-0) 29 1562

2 Clemson (5-0) 30 1526

3 Georgia (4-0) 1 1446

4 Oklahoma (4-0) 1373

5 Ohio State (5-0) 4 1362

6 LSU (4-0) 1349

7 Auburn (5-0) 1198

8 Florida (5-0) 1110

9 Wisconsin (4-0) 1097

10 Notre Dame (3-1) 987

11 Penn State (4-0) 978

12 Texas (3-1) 912

13 Oregon (3-1) 813

14 Iowa (4-0) 790

15 Boise State (4-0) 621

16 Washington (4-1) 608

17 Utah (4-1) 532

18 Michigan (3-1) 417

19 UCF (4-1) 308

20 Wake Forest (5-0) 279

21 Texas A&M (3-2) 251

22 Virginia (4-1) 202

23 Michigan State (4-1) 167

23 Memphis (4-0) 167

25 Oklahoma State (4-1) 158

 

Clemson falls to No. 2 in latest Coaches, AP Polls, Alabama No. 1

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