Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Clemson Continues to Slip in the Ratings

Clemson survived Syracuse this past Saturday but it had an effect on their Sagarin Rating. Clemson dropped to 6th in the country with a rating of  91.18. They now trail Alabama, Ohio State, Penn State, Oklahoma and Georgia.

The Gamecocks come in at #35 but have the 4th toughest schedule in the country to date. By contrast, Clemson has the 38th toughest schedule to date.

South Carolina has a rating 78.16. which puts them 13 points behind Clemson on a neutral field.

The SEC East is rated as the fourth best division in the country with the SEC West coming in at number one.

The ACC Atlantic is #6 while the ACC Coastal is #8

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