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BREAKING: Georgia Bulldogs Stay At No. 1 In Latest AP Poll

November 20, 2022

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ATHENS - After a tough 16-6 win on the road against the Kentucky Wildcats, the Georgia Bulldogs stay at No. 1 in the latest AP poll as we approach the final week of the regular season.

It was a wild weekend of college football as multiple top programs had to survive on the road against inferior opponents. While most of them (Georgia, Ohio State, TCU, USC) all managed to secure road victories in close fashion, the Tennessee Volunteers got smacked around by South Carolina in Columbia, ending their chances of playing in the College Football Playoffs.

TCU’s game-winning field goal as time expired shook the college football world on Saturday afternoon. The Baylor Bears were in prime position to crush TCU’s playoff chances, but once again, the Horned Frogs survived and remain unbeaten.

The Buckeyes fooled around with Maryland, but talent and depth won out in the end. Like Georgia, they went on the road and came out with a win.

Michigan came from behind and avoided a heartbreaking loss to Illinois. Winning in the final 10 seconds of the game, the Wolverines also remain undefeated heading into “The Game” against the hated Ohio State Buckeyes. The winner will play in the Big 10 Championship game, but the loser still has a shot at the Playoffs with a little bit of help.

The USC Trojan offense continues to impress, but it was their defense that came up with a game-ending tunover against rival UCLA. If the Trojans win, it will be very hard to keep them out of the Playoffs.

The Georgia Bulldogs (11-0) will host rival Georgia Tech (5-6) in Athens this upcoming weekend. The game will be played at 12:00 EST on ESPN. Georgia is listed as a 35.5-point favorite to beat Tech according to FanDuel.

Here’s the latest AP Poll rankings:

1) Georgia

2) Ohio State

3) Michigan

4) TCU

5) Michigan

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) Cincinatti

22) Oregon State 

23) Coastal Carolina

24) Texas

25) UCF

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