Georgia remains No. 3 in AP, Coaches polls for Week 3
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Georgia remains No. 3 in AP, Coaches polls for Week 3

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The Georgia Bulldogs, who opened their home schedule with a 63-17 win over the Murray State Racers on Saturday, have remained at 3rd in both the AP and Coaches polls for Week 3.

Georgia received 1,385 points in the AP Poll, which is down 22 points from the Week 2 poll. In the Coaches Poll, UGA received 1,415 points, down 20 points from Week 2.

Georgia’s next game is at home at Dooley Field at Sanford Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 14 against the Arkansas State Red Wolves. The game is set for Noon ET and it will be televised by ESPN2.

AP POLL – WEEK 3

1. Clemson (56)
2. Alabama (6)
3. Georgia
4. LSU
5. Oklahoma
6. Ohio State
7. Notre Dame
8. Auburn
9. Florida
10. Michigan
11. Utah
12. Texas
13. Penn State
14. Wisconsin
15. Oregon
16. Texas A&M
17. UCF
18. Michigan State
19. Iowa
20. Washington State
21. Maryland
22. Boise State
23. Washington
24. USC
25. Virginia

Others receiving votes: Iowa State 96, California 95, Mississippi State 73, TCU 66, North Carolina 48, Army 42, Colorado 21, Oklahoma State 20, Memphis 12, Arizona State 4, Appalachian State 2, Syracuse 2, Kentucky 2, Boston College 2, Minnesota 1.

Dropped from rankings: Syracuse 21, Stanford 23, Iowa State 25, Nebraska 25.

COACHES POLL – WEEK 3

1. Clemson (60)
2. Alabama (3)
3. Georgia
4. Oklahoma
5. LSU
6. Ohio State
7. Notre Dame
8. Florida
9. Auburn
10. Michigan
11. Penn State
12. Utah
13. Texas
14. Wisconsin
15. Texas A&M
16. UCF
17. Oregon
18. Iowa
19. Michigan State
20. Washington State
21. Washington
22. Boise State
23. Mississippi State
24. USC
25. Maryland

Others receiving votes: Virginia 64, Kentucky 62, California 51, Iowa State 48, Memphis 46, Oklahoma State 45, North Carolina 42, Army 31, Boston College 31, NC State 28, TCU 28, Colorado 16, Stanford 8, Hawai’i 7, Appalachian State 6, Minnesota 5, Wyoming 3, Troy 2, Arizona State 2, Wake Forest 2, Nebraska 1, Navy 1, Tulane 1.

Dropped from rankings: Syracuse 22, Stanford 23, Nebraska 25.

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