2013 college football standings: Bulldogs finish at No. 5

Scott Cunningham

The Georgia Bulldogs finish the NCAA football season ranked in the top five of both major polls.

The Georgia Bulldogs ended their season in the top five of both the AP and USA Today Coaches' Poll. Georgia finished with a 12-2 record after a 45-31 win over Nebraska in the Capital One Bowl. The Bulldogs end the year at No. 5 in the AP Top 25 and at No. 4 in the USA Today Coaches' Poll.

Alabama (13-1) finished the season at the unanimous No. 1 team in both polls after their dismantling of Notre Dame in the BCS National Championship Game on Monday. The Bulldogs finished as the second-highest ranked SEC team. Texas A&M (11-2) actually tied with Georgia in the AP Poll, and finished one spot behind them in the USA Today rankings. South Carolina (11-2) and Florida (11-2) finished in the top 10 of both polls as well, for a whopping total of five SEC teams in the top 10.

Oregon (12-1) was the No. 2 team in both polls, with Notre Dame (12-1) finishing ahead of Georgia as well. Ohio State (12-0) was No. 3 in the AP Top 25, but was not ranked in the USA Today Coaches' Poll due to their suspension.

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