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UGA Finishes 2014 Season 9th in AP & Coaches Poll

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The 2014 college football season has come to a close, and the Georgia Bulldogs finished ranked 9th in the final AP Poll and Amway Coaches Poll.

Georgia went 10-3 (6-2 SEC) and finished the season with a 37-14 win over the Louisville Cardinals in the 2014 Belk Bowl.

But the season did have a few disappointments, including Todd Gurley’s four-game suspension and later season-ending ACL injury, and inexplicable losses to South Carolina, Florida, and Georgia Tech.

Speaking of the Yellow Jackets, they finished one spot ahead of UGA in 8th in the AP Poll and 7th in the Coaches Poll. It’s the first time both schools have finished in the AP Top 10 since 1966.

Georgia has now finished in the Top 10 of the AP Poll 21 times in their history and seven times under head coach Mark Richt.

AP Poll – Final (Complete Poll)

1. Ohio State (59)
2. Oregon
3. TCU
4. Alabama
5. Florida State
5. Michigan State
7. Baylor
8. Georgia Tech
9. Georgia
10. UCLA
11. Mississippi State
12. Arizona State
13. Wisconsin
14. Missouri
15. Clemson
16. Boise State
17. Ole Miss
18. Kansas State
19. Arizona
20. USC
21. Utah
22. Auburn
23. Marshall
24. Louisville
25. Memphis

Amway Coaches Poll – Final (Complete Poll)

1. Ohio State, 14-1
2. Oregon, 13-2
3. TCU, 12-1
4. Alabama, 12-2
5. Michigan State, 11-2
6. Florida State, 13-1
7. Georgia Tech, 11-3
8. Baylor, 11-2
9. Georgia, 10-3
10. UCLA, 10-3
11. Missouri, 11-3
12. Mississippi State, 10-3
13. Wisconsin, 11-3
14. Arizona State, 10-3
15. Clemson, 10-3
16. Boise State, 12-2
17. Arizona, 10-4
18. Kansas State, 9-4
19. Ole Miss, 9-4
20. Utah, 9-4
21. USC, 9-4
22. Marshall, 13-1
23. Auburn, 8-5
24. Louisville, 9-4
25. Memphis, 10-3

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