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Clemson continues slide in AP, holds at No. 2 in Coaches Poll

October 20, 2019
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For the third consecutive week, the AP Poll has dropped the Tigers. Clemson now sits at No. 4. As for the Coaches Poll, Clemson continues to hold on to the No. 2 spot behind Alabama, who struggled at home against Tennessee.

AP Poll Coaches Poll

1 Alabama (7-0) 1,486

2 LSU (7-0) 1,462

3 Ohio State (7-0) 1,429

4 Clemson (7-0) 1,408

5 Oklahoma (7-0) 1,343

6 Penn State (7-0) 1,224

7 Florida (7-1) 1,138

8 Notre Dame (5-1) 1,058

9 Auburn (6-1) 1,054

10 Georgia (6-1) 1,031

11 Oregon (6-1) 979

12 Utah (6-1) 852

13 Wisconsin (6-1) 767

14 Baylor (7-0) 732

15 Texas (5-2) 627

16 SMU (7-0) 587

17 Minnesota (7-0) 577

18 Cincinnati (6-1) 468

19 Michigan (5-2) 440

20 Iowa (5-2) 347

21 Appalachian State (6-0) 286

22 Boise State (6-1) 225

23 Iowa State (5-2) 185

24 Arizona State (5-2) 134

25 Wake Forest (6-1) 118

1 Alabama (7-0) 44 1602

2 Clemson (7-0) 10 1511

3 LSU (7-0) 3 1486

4 Ohio State (7-0) 8 1461

5 Oklahoma (7-0) 1408

6 Penn State (7-0) 1283

7 Notre Dame (5-1) 1160

8 Florida (7-1) 1151

9 Georgia (6-1) 1099

10 Auburn (6-1) 1071 

11 Oregon (6-1) 1011

12 Utah (6-1) 858 

13 Wisconsin (6-1) 824

14 Baylor (7-0) 730

15 Texas (5-2) 722

16 Minnesota (7-0) 631

17 SMU (7-0) 609

18 Cincinnati (6-1) 461

19 Iowa (5-2) 373

20 Michigan (5-2) 369

21 Boise State (6-1)308

22 App State (6-0) 300

23 Wake Forest (6-1) 181

24 Arizona State (5-2) 131

25 Memphis (6-1) 101

 

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