UGA Moves Up to Sixth in AP Poll for Week 2

UGA has moved up six spots to No. 6 in the AP Poll for Week 2. The Bulldogs are ranked 8th in the Coaches Poll, which was released earlier today.

Georgia received two first-place votes, one more than they did in the Coaches Poll, and 1,114 points overall. Florida State remains No. 1 with 46 first-place votes. Alabama, Oregon, Oklahoma, and Auburn round out the Top 5.

Other teams to receive first-place votes include No. 2 Alabama (1), No. 3 Oregon (5), No. 4 Oklahoma (2), No. 9 Texas A&M (2), and No. 12 LSU (1).

Texas A&M made the biggest jump up in the AP Poll, moving up to 9th from 21st.

Georgia’s next game is Saturday, Sept. 13 at South Carolina (3:30pm ET, CBS).

AP Poll – Week 2 (Complete Poll)

1. Florida State
2. Alabama
3. Oklahoma
4. Oregon
5. Auburn
6. Michigan State
7. Ohio State
8. Georgia
9. Baylor
10. Stanford
11. UCLA
12. LSU
13. Texas A&M
14. USC
15. Notre Dame
16. Arizona State
17. Ole Miss
18. Nebraska
19. Wisconsin
20. Kansas State
21. South Carolina
22. Missouri
23. North Carolina
24. Clemson
25. Texas

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  1. lemondrop87

    Sep 2, 2014 at 7:36 pm

    #6 is pretty good but think that as well as we did we should have been at least 4. Auburn & GA. had the same identical score, wonder how many saw that? Can hardly wait to give S.C. & the “Ball Coach” a whalloping!!…

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