Georgia drops to 12th in AP Poll, remains 10th in Coaches Poll for Week 15
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Georgia drops to 12th in AP Poll, remains 10th in Coaches Poll for Week 15

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The Georgia Bulldogs, who were off this weekend due to their game against Vanderbilt being postponed, have dropped one spot to 12th in the AP Poll and have remained 10th in the Coaches Poll for Week 15.

Georgia received 914 points in the AP Poll, which is down five points from the Week 14 poll. In the Coaches Poll, UGA received 987 points, up 15 points from Week 14.

Alabama (9-0) remains the top-ranked team in both polls following their 55-17 win at LSU on Saturday. Notre Dame (10-0) 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 Texas A&M (5) complete the Top 5 in the Coaches Poll.

Georgia’s next game is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 12 on the road against the Missouri Tigers, which was postponed from it’s originally scheduled date on November 14. The game time and network have not yet been announced (Buy Tickets).

AP Poll – Week 15

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

Others receiving votes: NC State 98, Marshall 66, San José State 66, Oklahoma State 33, UCF 11, Washington 10, Boise State 10, Auburn 9, Missouri 8, Nevada 5, Army 2, UCLA 1, TCU 1

Dropped from rankings: Marshall 15, Oklahoma State 19, Oregon 21, Washington 23

FBS Coaches Poll – Week 15

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

Others receiving votes: Oklahoma State 100, Missouri 88, Marshall 77, San José State 68, Buffalo 59, Nevada 48, Auburn 42, Oregon 30, Boise State 26, Army 25, Washington 19, SMU 10, Appalachian State 3

Dropped from rankings: Marshall 15, Oklahoma State 18, Oregon 20, Washington 23

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