Georgia remains first in college football rankings following bye week
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Georgia remains first in college football rankings following bye week

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The Georgia Bulldogs, who were off on Saturday, have remained atop the college football rankings for Week 9.

Georgia received 1,536 points in the AP Poll, which is six less than they received last week. The Bulldogs lost five more first-place votes and are now down to 38. Michigan (8-0), Ohio State (7-0), Florida State (7-0), and Washington (7-0) round out the top five in the AP Poll.

In the Coaches Poll, the Bulldogs received 1,586 points, which is four points less than last week. Georgia garnered 58 first-place votes from the coaches, the same amount as last week.

The Bulldogs’ next game is on Saturday, Oct. 28 against the Florida Gators at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Fla. The game will be televised by CBS at 3:30pm ET (Buy Tickets).

Below are the complete AP and Coaches polls for Week 9 (first-place votes in parentheses):

AP Poll – Week 9

1. Georgia (38)
2. Michigan (19)
3. Ohio State (3)
4. Florida State (3)
5. Washington
6. Oklahoma
7. Texas
8. Oregon
9. Alabama
10. Penn State
11. Oregon State
12. Ole Miss
13. Utah
14. Notre Dame
15. LSU
16. Missouri
17. North Carolina
18. Louisville
19. Air Force
20. Duke
21. Tennessee
22. Tulane
23. UCLA
24. USC
25. James Madison

Others receiving votes: Florida 34, Liberty 17, Kansas State 16, Miami 12, Fresno State 8, Oklahoma State 5, Toledo 3, Rutgers 2, Kentucky 2, UNLV 1, Wisconsin 1

Dropped from rankings: Iowa 24

FBS COACHES POLL – Week 9

1. Georgia (58)
2. Michigan (4)
3. Ohio State (2)
4. Florida State
5. Washington
6. Oklahoma
7. Texas
8. Alabama
9. Oregon
10. Penn State
11. Ole Miss
12. Oregon State
13. Utah
14. Notre Dame
15. LSU
16. Missouri
17. North Carolina
18. Louisville
19. Air Force
20. Tennessee
21. Duke
22. USC
23. Tulane
24. UCLA
25. James Madison

Others receiving votes: Florida 52, Miami 27, Kansas State 25, Iowa 24, Fresno State 23, Oklahoma State 13, Kentucky 10, Wyoming 9, SMU 8, Liberty 8, Arizona 7, UNLV 6, Kansas 4, Maryland 4, Toledo 2, Wisconsin 2, Clemson 1.

Dropped from rankings: Iowa 23.

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