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LAist-CS Week 7 Rankings: Clemson Keeps Winning

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It seems like I’ve been talking about Clemson a lot this season. But how can I not talk about them after games like this?

Down by 18 points twice in the game, quarterback Tajh Boyd made three touchdown passes in the second half, two to Sammy Watkins who added an 89-yard kickoff return in the fourth quarter to give Clemson the 49-45 lead. At some point they have to realize that they are Clemson, right? They have got to have a letdown loss at some point.

And to keep this short, for once, before getting to the rankings, here’s a nice little video of Oregon head coach Chip Kelly dealing with annoying fans during a postgame interview with Erin Andrews:

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4. Wisconsin Badgers (5)
5. Boise State Broncos (4)
6. Oklahoma State Cowboys (7)
7. Stanford Cardinal (6)
8. Clemson Tigers (8)
9. Oregon Ducks (10)
10. Arkansas Razorbacks (9)
11. Kansas State Wildcats (11)
12. Nebraska Cornhuskers (16)
13. Houston Cougars (NR)
14. West Virginia Mountaineers (NR)
15. Virginia Tech Hokies (NR)
16. Texas A&M Aggies (NR)

BCS Championship: Alabama vs. Oklahoma
Rose Bowl: Wisconsin vs. Stanford
Fiesta Bowl: Boise State vs. Oklahoma State
Sugar Bowl: LSU vs. Clemson
Orange Bowl: West Virginia vs. Oregon

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