Georgia Bulldogs Ranked 24th in latest AP Top 25 Poll

UGAThe Georgia Bulldogs have re-entered the AP Top 25 Poll. The Dawgs are ranked 24th and are tied with Arizona State.

Georgia was ranked 19th going into the 2011 season, but dropped out after losing to Boise State.

The Dawgs remain unranked in the USA Today Coaches Poll. However, they are first in “others receiving votes” meaning they are 26th. Arizona State leads Georgia in that poll by 26 votes.

After last nights victory at Vanderbilt, Georgia is 5-2 overall and 4-1 in the SEC. The Dawgs enjoy an off week next weekend before traveling to Jacksonville to face the Florida Gators. A win there would put the Bulldogs in position for a possible appearance in the SEC Championship Game for the first time since 2005.

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