Georgia remains No. 4 in AP, moves to No. 3 in Coaches polls for Week 4
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Georgia remains No. 4 in AP, moves to No. 3 in Coaches polls for Week 4

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The Georgia Bulldogs, who are five days away from opening their 2020 season, have remained at 4th in the AP Poll and moved up one to a tie for No. 3 in the Coaches polls for Week 4.

Georgia received 1,320 points in the AP Poll, which is down four points from the Week 3 poll. In the Coaches Poll, UGA received 1,019 points, up 115 points from Week 3.

Clemson remains the top-ranked team in both polls following their 49-0 win over The Citadel. Alabama is second and Oklahoma is third in both polls.

Georgia is scheduled to open the 2020 season on Saturday, Sept. 26 on the road against the Arkansas Razorbacks. The game is set for 4:00pm ET and it will be televised by the SEC Network (Buy Tickets).

AP Poll – Week 4

1. Clemson (59)
2. Alabama (1)
3. Oklahoma
4. Georgia
5. Florida
6. LSU (1)
7. Notre Dame
8. Texas
8. Auburn
10. Texas A&M
11. North Carolina
12. Miami FL
13. UCF
14. Cincinnati
15. Oklahoma State
16. Tennessee
17. Memphis
18. BYU
19. Louisiana
20. Virginia Tech
21. Pitt
22. Army
23. Kentucky
24. Louisville
25. Marshall

Others receiving votes: Baylor 89, West Virginia 59, SMU 57, TCU 30, Virginia 30, Boston College 23, Arkansas State 20, Mississippi State 6, UAB 5, Texas Tech 5, Ole Miss 4, Appalachian State 3, UTSA 2, Troy 1, Coastal Carolina 1

Dropped from rankings: Appalachian State 23

FBS Coaches Poll – Week 4

1. Clemson (44)
2. Alabama (1)
3. Oklahoma
3. Georgia
5. LSU (1)
6. Florida
7. Notre Dame
8. Auburn
9. Texas
10. Ohio State (2)
11. Texas A&M
12. North Carolina
13. Penn State
14. Miami
15. UCF
16. Cincinnati
17. Wisconsin
18. Oklahoma State
19. Michigan
20. Memphis
21 Tennessee
22. Minnesota
23. BYU
24. Virginia Tech
25. Louisiana

Others receiving votes: Kentucky 146, Pittsburgh 140, Army 121, Baylor 57, Louisville 53, Southern Methodist 42, West Virginia 41, Marshall 40, Iowa 39, Texas Christian 26, Virginia 24, South Carolina 22, Boston College 20, Appalachian State 12, Mississippi 10, Mississippi State 7, Arkansas St. 6, NC State 5, Nebraska 4, Georgia Tech 4, Coastal Carolina 4, Air Force 3, Louisiana Tech 2

Dropped from rankings: No. 16 Louisville, No. 20 Kentucky, No. 23 Appalachian State, No. 24 Baylor, No. 25 Army

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