USC down one spot to No. 13, Clemson solid at No. 3 - NBC12 - WWBT - Richmond, VA News On Your Side

USC down one spot to No. 13, Clemson solid at No. 3

COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -

The top five teams in NCAA college football remained unchanged in week six, according to the AP poll released Sunday.

No. 1 Alabama received 55 first place votes while No. 2 Oregon received five.

Clemson still stands at No. 3 after a 56-7 win against Wake Forest and the Gamecocks drop one spot to No. 13 after a win in Orlando against UCF.

The rest of the top five has Ohio State in fourth, then Stanford.

In the USA Today Coaches poll, USC is up one spot to No. 12 and Clemson is at No. 4.

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