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Brownell and the Tigers remain ranked

Brownell and the Tigers remain ranked

Brad Brownell and Clemson men’s basketball dropped some spots in the latest Associated Press Top 25 men’s college basketball poll, ranking No.24 in the AP Poll.

Dropping five spots since the previous rankings from No.19, Brownell and the Tigers lost their first ACC game of the season Tuesday falling to Wake Forest 87-77 on the road. Clemson recovered nicely later in the week on Saturday, defeating Virginia Tech 51-50 at Littlejohn Coliseum.

The Tigers will look to continue their strong season as they face off with Georgia Tech Tuesday at Littlejohn Coliseum with a 9 p.m. tipoff.

Here is a look at the full AP Top 25 poll.

1

2

1,527 (39)
2

2

1,511 (23)
3

2

1,333
4

5

1,298
5

8

1,254
6

5

1,195
7

3

1,160
8

3

1,155
9

7

1,117
10

3

@ West Virginia W 69-61

980
11

3

875
12

@ Oklahoma State L 61-59

817
13

5

807
14

8

784
15

1

@ South Carolina W 81-66

699
16

4

600
17

4

497
18

@ Northeastern W 87-61

445
19

4

372
20

3

328
21

3

271
22

vs Santa Clara W 77-58

254
23

1

194
24

5

vs Virginia Tech W 51-50

169
25

vs Boise State W 81-79

156

Others receiving votes:

Duke 102, Indiana 61, San Diego State 57, Rutgers 31, Kent State 24, North Carolina 12, Michigan State 10, Creighton 9, Illinois 9, Arkansas 9, Missouri 8, Wisconsin 6, North Carolina State 4, Kentucky 3, VCU 2, Boise State 2, Memphis 1, Wake Forest 1, Oral Roberts 1

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