The Florida State Seminoles are ranked number one in the nation for the first time since 2000.
FSU finished a 12-0 regular season yesterday with a 37-7 win over rival Florida. It marked just the third 12-win season in school history and the first undefeated regular season in 13 years. The Seminoles currently boast the number two-ranked scoring offense in the country and the number one scoring defense. They are winning their games by an average score of 54-11 this year.
Behind FSU in the AP poll are Ohio State, Auburn, Alabama and Missouri. Clemson drops to 13th after losing to South Carolina and Duke climbs to 20th.
The coaches poll has the same top five as the AP. Clemson is 11, Duke is 20th.
Florida State and Duke will play for the Atlantic Coast Conference title next weekend in Charlotte. Barring an upset FSU will play for a national title in Pasadena on January 6th.
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