AP Poll: Clemson remains at No. 3; USC drops to 14

Columbia - The StateOctober 6, 2013 

— The Gamecock's win over Kentucky didn't do much to lift USC in The Associated Press College Football poll. 

USC dropped one spot to No. 14 in the poll released Sunday.

Clemson, with its decisive win over Syracuse Saturday, remained at No. 3 in the poll. Alabama remained at No. 1

Here are the results:

1. Alabama (5-0)

2. Oregon (5-0)

3. Clemson (5-0)

4. Ohio State (6-0)

5. Stanford (5-0)

6. Florida State (5-0)

7. Georgia (4-1)

8. Louisville (5-0)

9. Texas A&M (4-1)

10. LSU (5-1)

11. UCLA (4-0)

12. Oklahoma (5-0)

13. Miami (Fla.) (5-0)

14. South Carolina (4-1)

15. Baylor (4-0)

16. Washington (4-1)

17. Florida (4-1)

18. Michigan (5-0)

19. Northwestern (4-1)

20. Texas Tech (5-0)

21. Fresno State (5-0)

22. Oklahoma State (4-1)

23. Northern Illinois (5-0)

24. Virginia Tech (5-1)

25. Missouri (5-0)

 

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