Another week and it’s another No. 3 ranking for Clemson in the AP Top 25.
In the Coaches Poll, the Tigers picked up a first place vote (1,352 points), but remain in fourth behind Alabama (1,546), Oregon (1,479) and Ohio State (1,397).
That moves this Tigers’ squad into sole possession of the second-longest run in the top-five of any team in school history – five weeks – trailing only the 1981 team’s eight polls.
In the AP Poll, Alabama (55) and Oregon (5) are the lone squads with first place votes, while Ohio State trails the Tigers by 49 points.
The entire AP top-10: Alabama (4-0), Oregon (4-0), Clemson (4-0), Ohio State (5-0), Stanford (4-0), Georgia (3-1), Louisville (4-0), Florida State (4-0), Texas A&M (4-1), LSU (4-1).
The entire Coaches top-10: Alabama, Oregon, Ohio State, Clemson, Stanford, Georgia, Louisville, Florida State, Texas A&M, Oklahoma (4-0).
Rounding out the ACC reps, Miami (4-0) moved up to No. 14 in both polls, while Maryland (4-0) moved into the AP rankings at No. 25.