Georgia remains 3rd in AP and Coaches polls for Week 7
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Georgia remains 3rd in AP and Coaches polls for Week 7

Stetson Bennett
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The Georgia Bulldogs, who defeated the No. 14 Tennessee Volunteers 44-21 on Saturday, have remained 3rd in both the AP and Coaches polls for Week 7.

Georgia received 1,430 points in the AP Poll, which is up 50 points from the Week 6 poll. The Bulldogs also received one first-place vote. In the Coaches Poll, UGA received 1,424 points, up 52 points from Week 6.

Clemson (4-0) remains the top-ranked team in both polls following their 42-17 home win over then seventh-ranked Miami. Alabama is second, while Notre Dame is fourth in both polls.

Georgia’s next game is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 17 on the road against the No. 2 Alabama Crimson Tide. The game is set for 8:00pm ET and it will be televised by CBS (Buy Tickets).

AP Poll – Week 7

1. Clemson (59)
2. Alabama (2)
3. Georgia (1)
4. Notre Dame
5. North Carolina
6. Ohio State
7. Oklahoma State
8. Cincinnati
9. Penn State
10. Florida
11. Texas A&M
12. Oregon
13. Miami
14. BYU
15. Auburn
16. Wisconsin
17. SMU
18. Tennessee
19. Michigan
20. Iowa State
21. Louisiana
22. Kansas State
23. Virginia Tech
24. Minnesota
25. USC

Others receiving votes: Marshall 106, NC State 87, Oklahoma 71, Tulsa 62, UCF 57, Boston College 43, Coastal Carolina 38, Utah 29, UAB 29, Iowa 28, West Virginia 25, Army 21, Air Force 12, Memphis 12, Liberty 8, Arizona State 6, Ole Miss 6, LSU 5, Houston 5, Texas 5, Washington 4, Louisiana Tech 2, TCU 2, Missouri 2, Virginia 2, Indiana 1

Dropped from rankings: LSU 17, Texas 22

FBS Coaches Poll – Week 7

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

Others receiving votes: UCF 93, NC State 89, Oklahoma 87, Marshall 73, Boston College 68, Iowa 53, Coastal Carolina 48, Utah 44, West Virginia 39, UAB 38, Army 37, Boise State 36, Tulsa 20, Mississippi State 20, Memphis 17, TCU 16, Air Force 13, Ole Miss 13, Arizona State 12, Kentucky 8, Liberty 8, California 7, Houston 7, Texas 7, Missouri 6, Stanford 6, Washington 6, Louisiana Tech 5, Nebraska 5, LSU 4, Arkansas 1

Dropped from rankings: LSU 16, Texas 22, UCF 25

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