Alabama swaps places with Clemson in NCAA 1-128 Re-rank

 

Alabama swaps places with Clemson in NCAA 1-128 Re-rank

first_imgAlabama wide receiver ArDarius Stewart (13) celebrates his 34-yard touchdown pass with tight end O.J. Howard (88) on Saturday.Alabama wide receiver ArDarius Stewart (13) celebrates his 34-yard touchdown pass with tight end O.J. Howard (88) on Saturday.For the first time since Nov. 1, there’s a new team atop the USA TODAY Sports 1-128 Re-rank.Clemson falls one spot to No. 2 after struggling to put away rival South Carolina on Nov. 28. The Tigers are replaced by 11-1 Alabama, which secured a spot in Saturday’s Southeastern Conference title game by defeating Auburn.There’s not much separating the two teams, and Clemson may very well move ahead of Alabama in the final 1-128 of the regular season. While the Crimson Tide will face Florida to decide the SEC, the Tigers will play North Carolina, winners of 11 in a row, in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship.Follow the road to the 2015 College Football Playoff at The Football Four, our home to rate and debate the nation’s best. Stanford and Ohio State made impressive leaps after wins against Notre Dame and Michigan, respectively. After their second loss of the season — each coming by two points — the Fighting Irish fall three spots to No. 8.New to the top 25: LSU and Wisconsin.Out of the top 25: Washington State and UCLA.Imgurlast_img

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