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

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The Georgia Bulldogs, who defeated the Tennessee Volunteers 43-14 in Knoxville on Saturday, have remained at 3rd in both the AP and Coaches polls for Week 7.

Georgia received 1,393 points in the AP Poll, which is down seven points from the Week 6 poll. In the Coaches Poll, UGA received 1,459 points, up 13 points from Week 6.

For the second-consecutive week, the Georgia Bulldogs received first-place votes in the AP Poll. The Bulldogs received three first-place votes, which is up two from last week. The Dawgs received no first-place votes in the Coaches Poll after receiving one last week.

Georgia is now tied with Ohio State in the AP Poll. The Buckeyes, who defeated then No. 25 Michigan State 34-10, moved up one spot from fourth.

Georgia’s next game is at home at Dooley Field at Sanford Stadium against the South Carolina Gamecocks on Saturday, October 12. The game will be televised by ESPN at 12:00pm ET.

Below are the complete AP and Coaches polls for Week 7 (first-place votes in parentheses):

AP POLL – WEEK 7

1. Alabama (32)
2. Clemson (15)
3(t). Georgia (3)
3(t). Ohio State (3)
5. LSU (2)
6. Oklahoma
7. Florida
8. Wisconsin
9. Notre Dame
10. Penn State
11. Texas
12. Auburn
13. Oregon
14. Boise State
15. Utah
16. Michigan
17. Iowa
18. Arizona State
19. Wake Forest
20. Virginia
21. SMU
22. Baylor
23. Memphis
24. Texas A&M
25. Cincinnati

Others receiving votes: Missouri 64, Appalachian State 61, Washington 54, Tulane 25, California 20, Michigan State 17, Arizona 11, UCF 9, USC 5, Iowa State 5, Pittsburgh 2

Dropped from rankings: Washington 15, UCF 18, Oklahoma State 21, Michigan State 25

FBS COACHES POLL – WEEK 7

1. Alabama (42)
2. Clemson (20)
3. Georgia
4. Ohio State (3)
5. Oklahoma
6. LSU
7. Florida
8. Wisconsin
9. Penn State
10. Notre Dame
11. Texas
12. Auburn
13. Oregon
14. Boise State
15. Utah
16. Michigan
17. Wake Forest
18. Iowa
19. Virginia
20. Memphis
21. Texas A&M
22. SMU
23. Baylor
24. Arizona State
25. Minnesota

Others receiving votes: Cincinnati 74, Washington 72, Appalachian State 49, Michigan State 41, Tulane 36, California 17, Hawai’i 13, Arizona 13, UCF 11, Washington State 9, Navy 8, TCU 5, Mississippi State 3, San Diego State 2, Army 1, Temple 1

Dropped from rankings: Washington 16, UCF 19, Michigan State 23, Oklahoma State 25

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