ESPN Thinks 1 Team Should Be Most "Angry" After College Football Playoff Rankings
ESPN has named the Clemson Tigers as the No. 1 team on its "Anger Index" after the second College Football Playoff rankings were released on Tuesday night.
After a blowout loss to an unranked Notre Dame team this past weekend, Clemson dropped six spots down to No. 10 in this week's rankings.
The Alabama Crimson Tide, who notched their second loss of the season on Saturday, rank ahead of the Tigers at No. 9.
ESPN feels the Clemson program should be upset about this No. 10 position.
The nature of the Tigers' loss this past weekend is really what set them back. After going unbeaten through the first eight games of the season, Dabo Swinney's team got absolutely routed 35-14 by the Fighting Irish in South Bend.
If Clemson wants to reintroduce itself to the College Football Playoff conversation, it will need to dominate in the final stretch of the season.
The Tigers will look to bounce back in a game against the Louisville Cardinals next weekend.