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Clemson tops College Football Playoff Poll second week in a row

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CLEMSON, SC (FOX Carolina) -

The Tigers have made the cut yet again for the College Football Playoff Poll, ranked no. 1 in the second College Football Playoff Poll of the 2015-2016 season.

The Tigers won the Atlantic Division in the ACC and are now 9-0 (6-0 in ACC). They have three remaining games in the regular season, with a game this Saturday against Syracuse. 

Clemson will finish out their home slate against Wake Forest on November 21 before the Palmetto Bowl in Columbia against the Gamecocks on November 28.

With their win over FSU, the Tigers clenched the Atlantic Division title and will play in the ACC Championship game on Dec. 5 at Bank of America in Charlotte.

The selection committee for the College Football Playoff will continue to release rankings every Tuesday night throughout the rest of the season.

The Top 25 for the second week is as follows:

1. Clemson (9-0)

2. Alabama (8-1)

3. Ohio State (9-0)

4. Notre Dame (8-1)

5. Iowa (9-0)

6. Baylor (8-0)

7. Stanford (8-1)

8. Oklahoma State (9-0)

9. LSU (7-1)

10. Utah (8-1)

11. Florida (8-1)

12. Oklahoma (8-1)

13. Michigan State (8-1)

14. Michigan (7-2)

15. TCU (8-1)

16. Florida State (7-2)

17. Mississippi State (7-2)

18. Northwestern (7-2)

19. UCLA (7-2)

20. Navy (7-1)

21. Memphis (8-1)

22. Temple (8-1)

23. North Carolina (8-1)

24. Houston (9-0)

25. Wisconsin (8-2)

Once the final four teams are set at the end of the regular season, the two semifinals games will be played at the Orange Bowl in Miami on Dec. 31 and in the Cotton Bowl in Dallas on Jan. 1. The College Football Playoff National Championship game will be played in Glendale, AZ, on Monday Jan. 11.

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