#Clemson finishes 13th, #Gamecocks 23rd in last AP poll for the 2022 season

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Not long after Georgia was crowned king of college football for the second year in a row, the AP released their final ranking for the 2022 season. The Bulldogs, of course, were ranked #1 and were followed in the top five by TCU, Michigan, Ohio State and Alabama.

Ranked six through ten were Tennessee, Penn State, Washington, Tulane and Utah.

Clemson finished 13th in the ranking falling 3 spots from the previous ranking after the loss to Tennessee in the Orange Bowl. The #13 ranking is one spot higher than the Tigers finished in the final poll for 2021 and marks their second straight season finishing outside the top ten after a run of 6 straight top 4 finishes.

USC wound up 23rd in the final ranking falling 3 spots from their previous ranking following the loss to Notre Dame in the Gator Bowl. It’s the first top 25 finish for the Gamecocks since placing 4th in the last ranking for the 2013 seasons.

Final AP Ranking

Rank School Votes Prev
1 Georgia (14-0) 1575 (63) 1
2 TCU (13-1) 1484 3
3 Michigan (13-1) 1438 2
4 Ohio State (11-2) 1394 4
5 Alabama (11-2) 1303 5
6 Tennessee (11-2) 1294 6
7 Penn State (11-2) 1200 9
8 Washington (11-2) 1097 12
9 Tulane (12-2) 1025 14
10 Utah (10-4) 876 7
11 Florida State (10-3) 814 13
12 USC (11-3) 795 8
13 Clemson (11-3) 791 10
14 Kansas State (10-4) 784 11
15 Oregon (10-3) 758 15
16 LSU (10-4) 757 16
17 Oregon State (10-3) 742 17
18 Notre Dame (9-4) 535 19
19 Troy (12-2) 322 23
20 Mississippi State (9-4) 320 24
21 UCLA (9-4) 243 18
22 Pittsburgh (9-4) 233 NR
23 South Carolina (8-5) 180 20
24 Fresno State (10-4) 164 NR
25 Texas (8-5) 95 21

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