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Five games into the 2017 college football season, it looks like the same teams could end up in the national championship for a third straight year. Alabama sits at No. 1 with 44 first-place votes in the AP Poll, and defending champion Clemson is at No. 2 with 17 first-place votes of its own. The Crimson Tide was expected to be a contender again—their coach, Nick Saban, is widely considered the best in the NCAA ranks, and his team includes the talented sophomore quarterback Jalen Hurts (who leads Bama in rushing yards). Saban and company are facing an unusually weak Southeastern Conference but will still have a big game on Nov. 25 against No. 12 Auburn. The Tigers, meanwhile, were supposed to be good, but not this good. They lost superstar quarterback Deshaun Watson, who was selected in the first round of the 2017 NFL draft by the Houston Texans, and had a brutal schedule to begin the season. No matter, though, as Clemson has defeated Auburn, Louisville and Virginia Tech already, and its remaining games look significantly easier. Social is giving the edge to the champs, not the AP No. 1, for the time being. “Clemson + Football” has a 68 percent positive score over the last 45 days, compared with a 55 percent score for “Alabama + Football.” --Alex Shultz

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