Clemson jumped to the No. 4 spot in the Associated Press Top 25 after beating then No. 5 Georgia 38-35 on Saturday.
The Tigers received one first place vote and are ranked behind Alabama, Oregon and Ohio State. The Buckeyes also received one first-place vote.
Stanford is ranked fifth, followed by South Carolina, Texas A&M, Louisville, LSU and Florida State. Georgia slipped to 11th, followed by Florida, Oklahoma State, Notre Dame and Texas.
Clemson moved up three positions to No. 5 in the USA Today coaches' poll. The top four spots were unchanged, with Alabama followed by Ohio State, Oregon and Stanford, which did not play last weekend. Clemson jumped both South Carolina and Texas A&M, while the Gamecocks also jumped the Aggies.