Georgia remains first in AP, Coaches polls after win over UAB
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Georgia remains first in AP, Coaches polls after win over UAB

Carson Beck
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The Georgia Bulldogs, who defeated the UAB Blazers 49-21 on Saturday, have remained first in the AP and Coaches polls for Week 5.

Georgia received 1,562 points in the AP Poll, which is four less than they received last week. The Bulldogs received 55 of the 63 first-place votes, with one vote going to No. 2 Michigan, two votes to No. 3 Texas, one vote to No. 4 Ohio State, three votes to No. 5 Florida State, and one vote to No. 7 Washington.

In the Coaches Poll, the Bulldogs received 1,592 points, which is six points less than last week. Georgia lost another first-place vote and now has 61, with the remaining votes going to Ohio State (2) and Washington (1).

The Bulldogs’ next game is on Saturday, Sept. 30 on the road against the Auburn Tigers. The game will be televised by CBS at 3:30pm ET (Buy Tickets).

Below are the complete AP and Coaches polls for Week 5 (first-place votes in parentheses):

AP Poll – Week 5

1. Georgia (55)
2. Michigan (1)
3. Texas (2)
4. Ohio State (1)
5. Florida State (3)
6. Penn State
7. Washington (1)
8. USC
9. Oregon
10. Utah
11. Notre Dame
12. Alabama
13. LSU
14. Oklahoma
15. North Carolina
16. Washington State
17. Duke
18. Miami
19. Oregon State
20. Ole Miss
21. Tennessee
22. Florida
23. Missouri
24. Kansas
25. Fresno State

Others receiving votes: Kansas State 57, Kentucky 41, Colorado 32, Louisville 32, UCLA 28, Maryland 20, TCU 17, Tulane 11, Syracuse 8, Wisconsin 6, Air Force 6, Clemson 5, Texas A&M 5

Dropped from rankings: Colorado 19, UCLA 22, Iowa 24

FBS COACHES POLL – Week 5

1. Georgia (61)
2. Michigan
3. Ohio State (2)
4. Florida State
5. Texas
6. USC
7. Penn State
8. Washington (1)
9. Oregon
10. Utah
11. Alabama
12. LSU
13. Notre Dame
14. Oklahoma
15. North Carolina
16. Duke
17. Washington State
18. Miami
19. Tennessee
20. Ole Miss
21. Oregon State
22. Missouri
23. Florida
24. Kansas
25. Kansas State

Others receiving votes: Fresno State 93, Kentucky 87, TCU 54, Maryland 39, UCLA 36, Texas A&M 36, Louisville 36, Clemson 35, Syracuse 32, Colorado 29, Air Force 24, Iowa 16, Tulane 11, Wyoming 8, Marshall 2, James Madison 2, Liberty 1, Georgia State 1

Dropped from rankings: Colorado 19, Iowa 22, Clemson 23, UCLA 25

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