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            Alabama remains No. 2 in polls despite shaky Clemson showing

            Clemson had to come from behind Saturday to beat Boston College, while Alabama walked over Mississippi State for a 41-0 win.

            Those results, though, did not change the minds of voters in Sunday’s coaches poll about which is the top team in the nation. Clemson lost nine first-place votes but remained No. 1 with 43 votes for the top spot. Alabama, with 17 first-place votes, stayed at No. 2 for the seventh consecutive week.

            Voting was closer in the Associated Press poll. Clemson received 33 first-place votes to Alabama’s 29.

            The Tide (6-0) is off next week, while Clemson (7-0) will travel to No. 4 Notre Dame and play its second game without Trevor Lawrence.

            Elsewhere in the SEC, Auburn moved back into the coaches' poll at No. 21 after a blowout win over LSU. The Tigers are the only of Alabama’s four remaining regular-season opponents to be currently ranked, although Auburn remained unranked in the AP poll.

            Here is the full coaches poll top 10 and other SEC teams:

            1. Clemson (43)

            2. Alabama (17)

            3. Ohio State (2)

            4. Notre Dame

            5. Georgia

            6. Cincinnati

            7. Texas A&M

            8. Florida

            9. BYU

            10. Miami

            21. Auburn

            Received votes: Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, South Carolina, Arkansas

            And the AP poll:

            1. Clemson (33)

            2. Alabama (29)

            3. Ohio State

            4. Notre Dame

            5. Georgia

            6. Cincinnati

            7. Texas A&M

            8. Florida

            9. BYU

            10. Wisconsin

            RV: Auburn, Arkansas

            Mike Rodak is an Alabama beat reporter for Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter @mikerodak.

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