#Clemson falls six spots to #10 in this week’s CFP rankings

 

DJ Uiagalelei will remain Clemson’s starting QB as the Tigers face UNC for the ACC title this Saturday (Sideline Carolina)

Following their 35-14 loss at Notre Dame on Saturday, the Clemson Tigers fell from 4th to 10th in this week’s college football playoff rankings. In Tuesday’s second release of the standings, which determine the four teams for this year’s playoff, Georgia is ranked first, followed by Ohio State, Michigan, and TCU in those coveted top spots. All four of those teams are unbeaten, with the Bulldogs moving back into the top slot after their win over previous #1-Tennessee. The rest of the “Top 10” has the ‘Vols, Oregon, LSU, Southern California, and Alabama, just ahead of the Tigers.

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1 thought on “#Clemson falls six spots to #10 in this week’s CFP rankings”

  1. The fraud is not totally exposed with this ranking. Still some ACC patronage. In all reality, they are probably top 25 and somewhere in the 20’s

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