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Clemson gets two first-place votes in the new coaches poll


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Recent Coaches Poll No. 1 Tigers topped a pair after the start of SEC action.

Alabama, in 2nd place this week, received three of the best votes out of a total of four, while Ohio State retained its two No. 1 votes, but added 10 more votes this week to move from 10th to 6th.

New Top-5 Clemson (1194), Alabama (1144), Florida (1038), Georgia (1006) and Notre Dame (971).

Oklahoma dropped to 16th and LSU to 17th after regretting this weekend.

A week after being added to the Big Ten rankings, Pack-12, which has not released its new schedule, is no longer included in the new rankings.

Miami rolled over rival Florida from six places to eighth. They play next October 10th in Clemson.



The remaining ACC representatives are UNC (11), Virginia Tech (22) and Pittsburgh (25).

Coaches Poll – 9/27

Rnk Team Registration Points FPV

1 Clemson 2-0 1194 42

2 Alabama 1-0 1144 4

3 Florida 1-0 1038

4 Georgia 1-0 1006

5 Notre Dame 2 – 0 971

6 Ohio State 0-0 890 2

7 Auburn 1-0 889

8 Miami 3-0 795

9 Texas 2-0 745

10 Penn State 0-0 589

11 North Carolina 1-0 578

12 Central Florida 2-0 577

13 Texas A&M 1-0 561

14 Mississippi State 1-0 492

15 Cincinnati 2-0 480

16 Oklahoma 1-1 473

17 Louisiana State 0-1 445

18 Wisconsin 0-0 438

19 Oklahoma State 2-0 374

20 Tennessee 1-0 321

21 Michigan 0-0 271

22 Brigham Young 2-0 260

23 Virginia Tech 1-0 215

24 Memphis 1-0 210

25 Pittsburgh 3-0 179

Abandoned: No. 22 Minnesota; No. 25 UL Lafayette.

Others who received votes: UL Lafayette 108; Minnesota 106; Southern Methodist 46; Kansas State 33; Iowa 32; Virginia 29; Baylor 25; Marshall 22; Kentucky 17; Arkansas St. 16; Boston College 9; South Carolina 6; Nebraska 4; UAP3; Coastal Carolina 3; Army 3; Louisiana Tech 2; Mississippi1.

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Miami begins defense to lose the first half vs. Clemson
The Miami defense starts to lose the first half vs. Clemson
Clemson gets two first-place votes in the new coaches poll
Clemson gets two first-place votes in the new coaches poll
Clemson advances in ESPN rankings
Clemson advances in ESPN rankings



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