Georgia remains 3rd in AP, Coaches polls heading into Tennessee game
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Georgia remains 3rd in AP, Coaches polls heading into Tennessee game

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The Georgia Bulldogs, who were off on Saturday, have remained at 3rd in both the AP and Coaches polls for Week 6.

Georgia received 1,400 points in the AP Poll, which is up 14 point from the Week 5 poll. In the Coaches Poll, UGA received 1,446 points, down 29 points from Week 5.

For the second-consecutive week, the Georgia Bulldogs received one first-place vote in both the AP Poll and the Coaches Poll. Other teams receiving first-place votes include Alabama (first in both polls), Clemson (second in both polls), and Ohio State (4th in AP, 5th in Coaches).

Georgia’s next game is on the road against the Tennessee Volunteers at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn., on Saturday, October 5. The game will be televised by ESPN at 7:00pm ET.

Below are the complete AP and Coaches polls for Week 6 (first-place votes in parentheses):

AP POLL – WEEK 6

1. Alabama (29)
2. Clemson (18)
3. Georgia (4)
4. Ohio State (7)
5. LSU
6. Oklahoma
7. Auburn
8. Wisconsin
9. Florida
10. Notre Dame
11. Texas
12. Penn State
13. Oregon
14. Iowa
15. Washington
16. Boise State
17. Utah
18. UCF
19. Michigan
20. Arizona State
21. Okla State
22. Wake Forest
23. Virginia
24. SMU
25 (t). Texas A&M
25 (t). Michigan State

Others receiving votes: California 141, Memphis 71, Appalachian State 50, Army 44, Missouri 26, Baylor 19, Colorado 19, Minnesota 15, USC 7, Kansas State 1, Tulane 1.

Dropped from rankings: California 15, USC 21, Kansas State 24.

FBS COACHES POLL – WEEK 6

1. Alabama (29)
2. Clemson (30)
3. Georgia (1)
4. Oklahoma
5. Ohio State (4)
6. LSU
7. Auburn
8. Florida
9. Wisconsin
10. Notre Dame
11. Penn State
12. Texas
13. Oregon
14. Iowa
15. Boise State
16. Washington
17. Utah
18. Michigan
19. UCF
20. Wake Forest
21. Texas A&M
22. Virginia
23. Michigan State
24. Memphis
25. Oklahoma State

Others receiving votes: California 125, SMU 118, Arizona State 96, Army 47, Minnesota 34, Baylor 34, Appalachian State 28, Colorado 18, Duke 17, Tulane 16, Utah State 15, Kansas State 13, Hawai’i 10, USC 9, TCU 6, Mississippi State 3, Air Force 3, Washington State 3, Wyoming 2.

Dropped from rankings: California 16, Kansas State 22, USC 25.

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