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NCAA Football Rankings, Week 11: Georgia moves up one spot after win

The Georgia Bulldogs moved up one spot to fifth in the Coaches Poll.

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The Georgia Bulldogs moved up one spot to fifth in the Coaches Poll after a 37-10 win over Ole Miss on Saturday. At 8-1, Georgia is the highest-ranked one-loss team in the poll, ahead of No. 6 Florida State, No. 7 Florida and No. 8 Clemson.

The top four teams in the Coaches Poll remained the same, with No. 1 Alabama receiving all 59 first-place votes. The Crimson Tide are followed by Oregon, Kansas State and Notre Dame.

With a win this week over Auburn, Georgia will most likely have an opportunity to play Alabama in the SEC Championship game. The Crimson Tide currently have a two-game lead in the SEC West with just three games to play.

See the entire USA Today Coaches Poll here:

Rank Team Record Points First Place Votes Previous Rank
1
Alabama
9-0 1475 59 1
2
Oregon
9-0 1399 0 2
3
Kansas St.
9-0 1370 0 3
4
Notre Dame
9-0 1289 0 4
5
Georgia
8-1 1218 0 6
6
Florida St.
8-1 1147 0 7
7
Florida
8-1 1091 0 8
8
Clemson
8-1 1013 0 9
9
LSU
7-2 998 0 5
10
Louisville
9-0 940 0 10
11
South Carolina
7-2 880 0 11
12
Oregon St.
7-1 807 0 13
13
Oklahoma
6-2 800 0 12
14
Texas A&M
7-2 736 0 16
15
Stanford
7-2 705 0 15
16
Nebraska
7-2 513 0 21
17
Texas
7-2 485 0 22
18
Louisiana Tech
8-1 363 0 23
19
UCLA
7-2 333 0 NR
20
Rutgers
7-1 264 0 25
21
Northwestern
7-2 234 0 NR
22
USC
6-3 224 0 17
23
Mississippi St.
7-2 186 0 18
24
Boise St.
7-2 126 0 14
25
Toledo
8-1 108 0 NR

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