Georgia remains 2nd in AP Poll and Coaches Poll for Week 6
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Georgia remains 2nd in AP Poll and Coaches Poll for Week 6

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The Georgia Bulldogs, who defeated the eighth-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks 37-0 on Saturday, have remained 2nd in both the AP Poll and Coaches Poll for Week 6.

Georgia received 1,497 points in the AP Poll, which is up five points from the Week 5 poll. In the Coaches Poll, UGA received 1,562 points, up four points from Week 5. Georgia also received nine first-place votes in the AP Poll and two first-place votes in the Coaches Poll.

The Bulldogs’ next game is against the Auburn Tigers (No. 18 AP/No. 19 Coaches) on Saturday, Oct. 9 at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Ala. (Buy Tickets). The game will be televised by CBS at 3:30pm ET.

Auburn is currently 4-1 following wins over Akron (60-10), Alabama State (62-0), Georgia State (34-24), and LSU (24-19) and a loss to Penn State (28-20).

Below are the complete AP and Coaches polls for Week 6 of the 2021 season (first-place votes in parentheses):

AP Poll – Week 6

1. Alabama (53)
2. Georgia (9)
3. Iowa
4. Penn State
5. Cincinnati
6. Oklahoma
7. Ohio State
8. Oregon
9. Michigan
10. BYU
11. Michigan State
12. Oklahoma State
13. Arkansas
14. NotreDame
15. Coastal Carolina
16. Kentucky
17. Ole Miss
18. Auburn
19. Wake Forest
20. Florida
21. Texas
22. Arizona State
23. NC State
24. SMU
25. San Diego State

Others receiving votes: Clemson 96, Texas A&M 41, Oregon State 27, Baylor 24, Mississippi State 18, Virginia Tech 13, Stanford 11, UTSA 10, Pittsburgh 6, Fresno State 5, Texas Tech 4, Western Michigan 3, Kansas State 2, Appalachian State 2, Boston College 1, UCLA 1

Dropped from rankings: Texas A&M 15, Fresno State 18, UCLA 20, Baylor 21, Clemson 25

AFCA Coaches Poll – Week 6

1. Alabama (63)
2. Georgia (2)
3. Iowa
4. Penn State
5. Oklahoma
6. Cincinnati
7. Ohio State
8. Michigan
9. Oregon
10. BYU
11. Michigan State
12. Oklahoma State
13. Notre Dame
14. Kentucky
15. Coastal Carolina
16. Arkansas
17. Ole Miss
18. Florida
19. Auburn
20. Wake Forest
21. Clemson
22. NC State
23. Texas
24. SMU
25. Arizona State

Others receiving votes: Texas A&M 105, San Diego State 103, Baylor 40, Pittsburgh 34, Oregon State 27, Iowa State 27, Virginia Tech 24, Boston College 14, UTSA 13, Appalachian State 11, Fresno State 8, Liberty 7, Mississippi State 6, North Carolina 5, Maryland 5, Western Michigan 2, Texas Tech 2, Nevada 1, Louisiana 1

Dropped from rankings: Texas A&M 13, UCLA 20, Fresno State 21, Baylor 24

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