Georgia reclaims top spot in AP Poll after win over Auburn
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Georgia reclaims top spot in AP Poll after win over Auburn

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The Georgia Bulldogs, who defeated the Auburn Tigers 42-10 on Saturday, have reclaimed the top spot in the AP Poll for Week 7.

Georgia received 1,535 points in the AP Poll, which is 28 more than the Ohio State Buckeyes, who are now ranked second. The Bulldogs received 32 first-place votes compared to 20 for the Buckeyes and 11 for the Crimson Tide.

Alabama fell to third after narrowly defeating Texas A&M at home, 24-20. Clemson and Michigan round out the top five of the AP Poll this week.

In the Coaches Poll, the Bulldogs remained in second place behind Alabama. Georgia received 1,516 points and 18 first-place votes, while Alabama received 1,540 points and 35 first-place votes.

The Bulldogs’ next game is at home at Dooley Field at Sanford Stadium against the Vanderbilt Commodores on Saturday, Oct. 15. The game will be televised by the SEC Network at 3:30pm ET (Buy Tickets).

Below are the complete AP and Coaches polls for Week 7 (first-place votes in parentheses):

AP Poll – Week 7

1. Georgia (32)
2. Ohio State (20)
3. Alabama (11)
4. Clemson
5. Michigan
6. Tennessee
7. USC
8. Oklahoma State
9. Ole Miss
10. Penn State
11. UCLA
12. Oregon
13. TCU
14. Wake Forest
15. NC State
16. Mississippi State
17. Kansas State
18. Syracuse
19. Kansas
20. Utah
21. Cincinnati
22. Kentucky
23. Texas
24. Illinois
25. James Madison

Others receiving votes: North Carolina 98, Baylor 91, Coastal Carolina 61, BYU 61, Notre Dame 58, Florida 56, Tulane 42, Purdue 34, Florida State 18, South Carolina 12, Washington State 10, Minnesota 5, Maryland 4, LSU 4, San Jose State 1

Dropped from rankings: BYU 16, Washington 21, LSU 25.

FBS COACHES POLL – WEEK 7

1. Alabama (35)
2. Georgia (18)
3. Ohio State (10)
4. Michigan
5. Clemson
6. USC
7. Oklahoma State
8. Tennessee
9. Ole Miss
10. Penn State
11. Oregon
12. UCLA
13. NC State
14. Wake Forest
15. TCU
16. Kansas State
17. Mississippi State
18. Syracuse
19. Utah
20. Kansas
21. Cincinnati
22. Kentucky
23. Baylor
24. Texas
25. North Carolina

Others receiving votes: Brigham Young 82, Illinois 77, James Madison 70, Coastal Carolina 55, Florida 52, Tulane 32, South Carolina 21, Minnesota 14, Notre Dame 13, Central Florida 10, Maryland 8, Washington State 7, Washington 7, Texas A&M 7, Purdue 7, Louisiana State 5, Liberty 5, Florida State 4, Pittsburgh 2, San Jose State 1.

Dropped from rankings: BYU 16, Washington 24, Arkansas 25.

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