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Georgia remains first in AP, Coaches polls after win at Kentucky

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The Georgia Bulldogs, who defeated the Kentucky Wildcats 16-6 in Lexington on Saturday, have remained first in the AP and Coaches polls for Week 13.

Georgia received 1,574 points in the AP Poll, which is the same as they received last week. The Bulldogs again received 62 of the 63 first-place votes, with the other vote going to the No. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes. Michigan, TCU, and USC round out the top five in the AP Poll.

In the Coaches Poll, the Bulldogs received 1,546 points, which is 26 points less than last week. Georgia also dropped from 61 to 59 first-place votes.

The Bulldogs’ next game is on Saturday, Nov. 26 at home at Dooley Field at Sanford Stadium against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. The game will be televised by ESPN at 12:00pm ET (Buy Tickets).

Below are the complete AP and Coaches polls for Week 13 (first-place votes in parentheses):

AP Poll – Week 13

1. Georgia (62)
2. Ohio State (1)
3. Michigan
4. TCU
5. USC
6. LSU
7. Clemson
8. Alabama
9. Tennessee
10. Oregon
11. Penn State
12. Washington
13. Notre Dame
14. Utah
15. Kansas State
16. Florida State
17. UCLA
18. North Carolina
19. Tulane
20. Ole Miss
21. Cincinnati
22. Oregon State
23. Coastal Carolina
24. Texas
25. UCF

Others receiving votes: UTSA 85, South Carolina 44, Troy 34, Boise State 16, Illinois 12, Iowa 5, Louisville 5, South Alabama 3, Mississippi State 3, Oklahoma State 2, Arkansas 2, Purdue 2, Fresno State 1

Dropped from rankings: Oklahoma State 24

FBS COACHES POLL – WEEK 13

1. Georgia (59)
2. Ohio State (1)
3. Michigan (2)
4. TCU
5. USC
6. LSU
7. Alabama
8. Clemson
9. Oregon
10. Penn State
11. Tennessee
12. Washington
13. Kansas State
14. Utah
15. Notre Dame
16. Florida State
17. North Carolina
18. UCLA
19. Ole Miss
20. Tulane
21. Cincinnati
22. Oregon State
23. Coastal Carolina
24. Texas
25. UTSA

Others receiving votes: UCF 41, Troy 39, South Carolina 38, Pittsburgh 17, Wake Forest 16, Iowa 15, Louisville 9, Boise State 9, Illinois 8, South Alabama 8, Air Force 6, Purdue 5, Liberty 3, Washington State 3, Georgia Tech 2, Mississippi State 1

Dropped from rankings: UCF 18, Oklahoma State 24, NC State 25

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