Clemson’s Isaiah Simmons sacks Syracuse QB Tommy DeVito Saturday night (Susan Lloyd)

Clemson did little in the win Saturday night at Syracuse to dissuade most voters from voting it #1 again this week in both polls. The Tigers continued to dominate the ranking this week receiving all but 8 of the first place votes cast between the coaches and the media. Alabama picked up those non-Clemson votes to retain the second spot. The remainder of the top five is the same as last week with the coaches voting Georgia, Oklahoma and LSU 3-5, and the media going with Georgia, LSU and Oklahoma in those spots.

Coaches’ Rankings
Rank School Votes Prev
1 Clemson (3-0) 1622 (62) 1
2 Alabama (3-0) 1560 (3) 2
3 Georgia (3-0) 1463 3
4 Oklahoma (3-0) 1409 4
5 LSU (3-0) 1361 5
6 Ohio State (3-0) 1342 6
7 Notre Dame (2-0) 1182 7
8 Florida (3-0) 1095 8
9 Auburn (3-0) 1093 9
10 Michigan (2-0) 928 10
11 Utah (3-0) 915 12
12 Penn State (3-0) 864 11
13 Texas (2-1) 847 13
14 Wisconsin (2-0) 806 14
15 Texas A&M (2-1) 702 15
16 UCF (3-0) 697 16
17 Oregon (2-1) 586 17
18 Iowa (3-0) 553 18
19 Washington State (3-0) 518 20
20 Boise State (3-0) 322 22
21 Washington (2-1) 277 21
22 Virginia (3-0) 223 NR
23 California (3-0) 124 NR
24 Arizona State (3-0) 110 NR
25 Kansas State (3-0) 106 NR

AP Rankings
Rank School Votes Prev
1 Clemson (3-0) 1545 (57) 1
2 Alabama (3-0) 1488 (5) 2
3 Georgia (3-0) 1386 3
4 LSU (3-0) 1339 4
5 Oklahoma (3-0) 1310 5
6 Ohio State (3-0) 1292 6
7 Notre Dame (2-0) 1099 7
8 Auburn (3-0) 1079 8
9 Florida (3-0) 959 9
10 Utah (3-0) 929 11
11 Michigan (2-0) 917 10
12 Texas (2-1) 888 12
13 Penn State (3-0) 726 13
13 Wisconsin (2-0) 726 14
15 UCF (3-0) 703 17
16 Oregon (2-1) 670 15
17 Texas A&M (2-1) 665 16
18 Iowa (3-0) 539 19
19 Washington State (3-0) 452 20
20 Boise State (3-0) 277 22
21 Virginia (3-0) 252 25
22 Washington (2-1) 183 23
23 California (3-0) 164 NR
24 Arizona State (3-0) 156 NR
25 TCU (2-0) 104 NR

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