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Clemson Still Atop Latest AP Poll, Iowa Continues To Climb

AP poll of the top teams in College Football week 13.

There's plenty to talk about after another exciting weekend of college football. 

The defending champion Ohio State Buckeyes saw their 22-game win streak come to an end at home Saturday night against Michigan State, struggling to get anything going on offense. The Spartans watched their title hopes survive as a game-winning field goal went through the uprights as time expired. After a heartbreaking loss at the hands of Oklahoma last weekend, Baylor bounced back and mauled undefeated Oklahoma State, putting 45 point up against a physical Cowboys defense. LSU suffered its third straight loss on the road against Ole Miss, while Utah lost to UCLA. 

With Ohio State's loss, Alabama now sits at No. 2 behind Clemson, with Iowa, Notre Dame and Oklahoma rounding out the top 5. After big wins, UCLA, Mississippi State, Toledo and Temple all climbed back into the rankings, while LSU, Utah, Wisconsin and USC fell out altogether. 

We're almost there, but this won't be the last time we see movement before it's all said and done.

Here is the poll in its entirety, via the AP:

1. Clemson
2. Alabama
3. Iowa
4. Notre Dame
5. Oklahoma
6. Michigan State
7. Baylor
8. Ohio State
9. Oklahoma State
10. Florida
11. North Carolina
12. Michigan 
13. Stanford
14. Florida State
15. TCU
16. Navy
17. Northwestern
18. Oregon
19. Ole Miss
20. Washington State
21. Houston
22. UCLA
23. Mississippi State
24. Toledo
25. Temple

You can find last week's poll here. What do you think, college football fans? Did they get it right?