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Coaches Survey: Clemson holds No. 1 as rest of Leading 25 sees major changes

Eddie Timanus U.S.A. TODAY

Published 1:08 PM EDT Sep 13, 2020

The really first regular-season Amway Coaches Survey of 2020 shows more turnover than regular from the preseason rankings, although there have not yet been numerous upsets in the decreased schedule. Conferences and groups presently not arranged to play a fall schedule are not certified to get votes by means of Football Coaches Association guidelines, so all Big 10 and Pac-12 schools that were ranked in the preseason will leave this week.With that out of

the method, Clemson rapidly kept its No. 1 position. The Tigers, who took charge early at Wake Forest in their season opener, were selected initially on 37 of 41 tallies sent today.

The remainder of the leading 10 is controlled by the SEC, though we’re still a couple weeks far from actually seeing those groups take the field. Alabama acquires the No. 2 position, declaring a single first-place vote today. Oklahoma, which opened with what amounted to a skirmish versus Missouri State, checks in at No. 3. Georgia, LSU and Florida state the next three positions, with the safeguarding champ Bayou Bengals getting the remaining 3 top votes. Notre Dame is No. 7 after retreating from a pesky Duke group in its extremely first authorities computer game as a short-term ACC member. Texas, Auburn and Texas A&M finish the leading 10.

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North Carolina reached No. 11 after pulling back from Syracuse in its season launching. Oklahoma State, which had its opener against Tulsa pressed back a week, is No. 12. A trio of American groups hold down the next three spots.Among the brand-new

entries to the survey are a set of Sun Belt members. The Ragin’ Cajuns of Louisiana-Lafayette are ranked No. 21 after upending then-No. 25 Iowa State on the highway. Safeguarding Sun Belt champ Appalachian State likewise gets in at No. 23 after fending off a hard difficulty from Charlotte.No.22 BYU and No. 25 Army likewise relocate. Unfortunately, their arranged Saturday meeting at West Point needed to be delayed due to some positive COVID-19 tests amongst BYU players.Published 1:08 PM EDT Sep

13, 2020

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