Georgia moves up to 11th in AP Poll, remains 10th in Coaches Poll for Week 14
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Georgia moves up to 11th in AP Poll, remains 10th in Coaches Poll for Week 14

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The Georgia Bulldogs, who defeated the South Carolina Gamecocks 45-16 on Saturday, have moved up to 11th in the AP Poll and remained 10th in the Coaches Poll for Week 14.

Georgia received 919 points in the AP Poll, which is up 91 points from the Week 13 poll. In the Coaches Poll, UGA received 972 points, up 75 points from Week 13.

Alabama (8-0) remains the top-ranked team in both polls following their 42-13 win over Auburn on Saturday. Notre Dame (9-0) remains second in both polls. Ohio State (3), Clemson (4), and Texas A&M (5) round out the Top 5 in the AP Poll, while Clemson (3), Ohio State (4), and Florida (5) complete the Top 5 in the Coaches Poll.

Georgia’s next game is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 5 at home at Dooley Field at Sanford Stadium against the Vanderbilt Commodores. The game is set for 7:30pm ET and it will be televised by the SEC Network (Buy Tickets).

Vanderbilt head coach Derek Mason was fired on Sunday. Offensive coordinator Todd Fitch will serve as interim head coach for the Commodores.

AP Poll – Week 14

1. Alabama (62)
2. Notre Dame
3. Ohio State
4. Clemson
5. Texas A&M
6. Florida
7. Cincinnati
8. BYU
9. Miami, FL
10. Indiana
11. Georgia
12. Iowa State
13. Oklahoma
14. Coastal Carolina
15. Marshall
16. Northwestern
17. USC
18. Wisconsin
19. Oklahoma State
20. Louisiana
21. Oregon
22. Tulsa
23. Washington
24. Iowa
25. Liberty

Others receiving votes: North Carolina 65, Buffalo 56, Texas 39, Auburn 25, Colorado 21, NC State 11, Boise State 8, San Jose State 8, SMU 8, Oregon State 1, UCF 1

Dropped from rankings: Texas 20, Auburn 22, North Carolina 25

FBS Coaches Poll – Week 14

1. Alabama (59)
2. Notre Dame (2)
3. Clemson
4. Ohio State (1)
5. Florida
6. Texas A&M
7. Cincinnati
8. BYU
9. Miami
10. Georgia
11. Indiana
12. Iowa State
13. Oklahoma
14. Coastal Carolina
15. Marshall
16. USC
17. Northwestern
18. Oklahoma State
19. Wisconsin
20. Oregon
21. Louisiana
22. Tulsa
23. Washington
24. Iowa
25. Liberty

Others receiving votes: Auburn 75, North Carolina 68, Missouri 43, Texas 40, NC State 40, Appalachian State 33, Buffalo 29, Colorado 27, San Jose State 19, Memphis 17, Boise State 15, Nevada 14, Boston College 10, Army 6, Mississippi 3, West Virginia 2, Florida Atlantic 1, Central Florida 1.

Dropped from rankings: Auburn 19, Texas 21, North Carolina 23

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