After starting the season at 0-2, Mark Richt's Georgia Bulldogs have won seven straight games and are slowly climbing their way towards the top half of both the AP Top 25 and the USA Today coaches poll.
Georgia climbs into the top 15 of this week's AP poll at No. 14 and one spot ahead of South Carolina whom the Bulldogs lost too in the second week of the season. LSU takes the top spot in the poll and Alabama slides two spots to No. 4. Arkansas remains in the top 10 at No. 8 after defeating South Carolina. The Bulldogs still have No. 20 Georgia Tech and No. 24 Auburn remaining on its schedule.
The Bulldogs check in at No. 16 in the coaches poll, one spot behind South Carolina who is No. 15. Just like the AP poll, LSU is No. 1, Alabama drops to No. 4 and Arkansas is steady at No. 8. Georgia Tech is at No. 19 while Auburn comes in at No. 25.
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