NCAA 1-130 Re-Rank: Clemson takes over top spot in reshuffled top five

The top two teams lost which mean the there was a serious reshuffling in the latest NCAA 1-130 Re-Rank with Clemson taking the top spot ahead of Oklahoma.

After a long run atop the USA TODAY Sports college football re-rank, Alabama falls to No. 6 after a rivalry loss to Auburn. That opens a spot for a new No.1, with several teams in contention heading into this week’s conference championship games.

The nod goes to 11-1 Clemson, which capped November with an easy win against South Carolina. In total, the Tigers’ résumé of wins – Auburn, Louisville, Virginia Tech, North Carolina State and the Gamecocks – give them the edge over No. 2 Oklahoma and No. 3 Wisconsin.

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Auburn climbs two spots after dominating the Crimson Tide. While the Tigers have had an outstanding month, with wins against Georgia and the Tide, the team’s two losses keep them behind the top three.

Alabama also sits behind Central Florida, which moved to 11-0 and booked a spot in the American Athletic Conference title game after beating South Florida. The Knights have defeated six bowl teams by an average of 20 points.

New to the top 25: San Diego State, Toledo, North Carolina State.

Out of the top 25: South Florida, Mississippi State, Boise State.