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No. 1 Clemson holds steady at the top, Ohio State cracks Top 3

October 25, 2020
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Top-ranked Clemson improved to 6-0 on Saturday with a 47-21 victory over Syracuse. The win marked the 35th consecutive regular-season game that the Tigers came out on top, which is the longest such streak in ACC history.

As for No. 2 Alabama, the Crimson Tide held on to the second spot in both polls but took a huge it, losing star wideout Jaylen Waddle for the season, on the opening kickoff against Tennessee. Ohio State jumped up to No. 3 after their first game of the season, dropping Notre Dame to the No. 4 spot.

The top-ranked Tigers host Boston College next Saturday at noon. 

Week 5: College Football Polls

 

Coaches Poll

Rank Team Total Points No. 1 votes W-L
1 Clemson 1540 52 6-0
2 Alabama 1493 8 5-0
3 Ohio State 1374 5 1-0
4 Notre Dame 1368 0 5-0
5 Georgia 1293 0 3-1
6 Oklahoma State 1209 0 4-0
7 Cincinnati 1058 0 4-0
8 Texas A&M 1055 0 3-1
9 Florida 1010 0 2-1
10 BYU 941 0 6-0
11 Wisconsin 928 0 1-0
12 Miami 911 0 5-1
13 North Carolina 796 0 4-1
14 Michigan 789 0 1-0
15 Oregon 674 0 0-0
16 Kansas State 592 0 4-1
17 Penn State 413 0 0-1
18 Marshall 309 0 5-0
19 Indiana 302 0 1-0
20 USC 271 0 0-0
21 Coastal Carolina 268 0 5-0
22 Iowa State 215 0 3-2
23 SMU 192 0 5-1
24 Oklahoma 138 0 3-2
25 Army 130 0 6-1

Dropped Out: No. 20 Virginia Tech; No. 21 Minnesota; No. 22 NC State

Others receiving votes: Auburn 118; Liberty 112; Memphis 88; Boise State 79; Minnesota 67; UL Lafayette 62; Utah 45; Louisiana State 37; Boston College 28; Purdue 26; Missouri 25; Northwestern 24; Virginia Tech 22; NC State 20; Tulsa 18; Texas 18; Arkansas 17; Appalachian State 16; Central Florida 13; Arizona State 10; California 8; West Virginia 6; Tennessee 6; Iowa 6; Wake Forest 5; Stanford 3; Houston 2

AP Poll

Rank Team Total Points No. 1 votes W-L
1 Clemson 1539 52 6-0
2 Alabama 1494 10 5-0
3 Ohio State 1402 0 1-0
4 Notre Dame 1353 0 5-0
5 Georgia 1292 0 3-1
6 Oklahoma State 1201 0 4-0
7 Cincinnati 1100 0 4-0
8 Texas A&M 1094 0 3-1
9 Wisconsin 950 0 1-0
10 Florida 933 0 2-1
11 BYU 906 0 6-0
12 Miami 888 0 5-1
13 Michigan 839 0 1-0
14 Oregon 784 0 0-0
15 North Carolina 758 0 4-1
16 Kansas State 562 0 4-1
17 Indiana 466 0 1-0
18 Penn State 443 0 0-1
19 Marshall 379 0 5-0
20 Coastal Carolina 282 0 5-0
21 USC 243 0 0-0
22 SMU 208 0 5-1
23 Iowa State 205 0 3-2
24 Oklahoma 155 0 3-2
25 Boise State 113 0 1-0

Others receiving votes: Memphis 105, Liberty 85, Tulsa 80, Louisiana-Lafayette 50, Army 44, Auburn 41, Minnesota 40, Utah 36, Northwestern 20, Washington 15, Arkansas 15, Purdue 8, Arizona State 7, Appalachian State 6, California 4, Boston College 2, Texas 2, San Diego State 1

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