Georgia drops to 4th in Coaches, remains 4th in AP Poll for Week 5
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Georgia drops to 4th in Coaches, remains 4th in AP Poll for Week 5

Monty Rice
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The Georgia Bulldogs, who defeated the Arkansas Razorbacks 37-10 on Saturday, have dropped to 4th in the Coaches Poll and remained 4th in the AP Poll for Week 5.

Georgia received 1,310 points in the AP Poll, which is down 10 points from the Week 4 poll. In the Coaches Poll, UGA received 1,006 points, down 13 points from Week 4.

Clemson (2-0) remains the top-ranked team in both polls even though the Tigers were off this past weekend. Alabama is second, Florida is third, and Notre Dame is fifth in both polls.

Georgia’s next game is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 3 at home at Dooley Field at Sanford Stadium against the 7th-ranked Auburn Tigers (1-0). The game is set for 7:30pm ET and it will be televised by ESPN (Buy Tickets).

AP Poll – Week 5

1. Clemson (55)
2. Alabama (3)
3. Florida
4. Georgia
5. Notre Dame
6. Ohio State (4)
7. Auburn
8. Miami
9. Texas
10. Penn State
11. UCF
12. North Carolina
13. Texas A&M
14. Oregon
15. Cincinnati
16. Mississippi State
17. Oklahoma State
18. Oklahoma
19. Wisconsin
20. LSU
21. Tennessee
22. BYU
23. Michigan
24. Pitt
25. Memphis

Others receiving votes: Virginia Tech 195, Louisiana 126, Minnesota 110, USC 104, Kansas State 60, SMU 37, Marshall 31, Baylor 22, Iowa 16, Utah 14, Virginia 12, Arkansas State 11, UAB 5, Kentucky 4, Louisville 4, Washington 4, Army 3

Dropped from rankings: Louisiana 19, Virginia Tech 20, Army 22, Kentucky 23, Louisville 24, Marshall 25

FBS Coaches Poll – Week 5

1. Clemson (42)
2. Alabama (4)
3. Florida
4. Georgia
5. Notre Dame
6. Ohio State (2)
7. Auburn
8. Miami
9. Texas
10. Penn State
11. North Carolina
12. UCF
13. Texas A&M
14. Mississippi State
15. Cincinnati
16. Oklahoma
17. LSU
18. Wisconsin
19. Oklahoma State
20. Tennessee
21. Michigan
22. BYU
23. Virginia Tech
24. Memphis
25. Pitt

Others receiving votes: Louisiana 108, Minnesota 106, SMU 46, Kansas State 33, Iowa 32, Virginia 29, Baylor 25, Marshall 22, Kentucky 17, Arkansas State 16, Boston College 9, South Carolina 6, Nebraska 4, UAB 3, Coastal Carolina 3, Army 3, Louisiana Tech 2, Ole Miss 1

Dropped from rankings: Minnesota 22, Louisiana 25

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