Google - Murray Poole, who has covered several decades of Georgia football, is high on the Bulldogs going into the 2018 season.

The Georgia Bulldogs fall in the newly released coaches poll.

Georgia lost to No. 1 Alabama on Saturday, 35-28 in the SEC Championship game. The Dawgs ended their season with an 11-2 record going into bowl season. Georgia fell to 6th in the Coaches Poll.

It’s expected that the Bulldogs will receive the Sugar Bowl bid which will be played on Jan. 1, 2019. Georgia could play Texas and AllOnGeorgia will update this article when that choice has been decided.

UPDATE – Georgia will play Texas in the Sugar Bowl. Georgia was also ranked No. 5 by the College Bowl Playoff Rankings. 1. Alabama will play 3. Oklahoma and 2. Clemson will play 3. Notre Dame 

Below you can see the full top 25 rankings for week 15

Coaches Poll rankings week 15 Top 25

1 Alabama 13-0 1598 62 1 1/1
2 Clemson 13-0 1538 2 2 2/4
3 Notre Dame 12-0 1460 0 3 3/11
4 Oklahoma 12-1 1375 0 5 1 4/11
5 Ohio State 12-1 1326 0 6 1 2/10
6 Georgia 11-2 1316 0 4 -2 2/6
7 Central Florida 12-0 1218 0 7 7/23
8 Michigan 10-2 1122 0 8 4/22
9 Washington 10-3 1046 0 11 2 6/19
10 Florida 9-3 976 0 10 10/NR
11 Louisiana State 9-3 899 0 14 3 4/24
12 Penn State 9-3 889 0 12 8/20
13 Washington State 10-2 856 0 13 7/NR
14 Texas 9-4 776 0 9 -5 7/NR
15 Kentucky 9-3 696 0 15 12/NR
16 West Virginia 8-3 683 0 16 6/20
17 Syracuse 9-3 505 0 18 1 12/NR
18 Mississippi State 8-4 501 0 19 1 14/NR
19 Utah 9-4 411 0 17 -2 16/NR
20 Texas A&M 8-4 388 0 22 2 17/NR
21 Fresno State 11-2 357 0 23 2 17/NR
22 Northwestern 8-5 159 0 21 -1 21/NR
23 Utah State 10-2 125 0 24 1 13/NR
24 Boise State 10-3 122 0 20 -4 17/NR
25 Army 9-2 114 0 25 24/NR
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Jeremy Spencer grew up in rural South Georgia and has served as a healthcare provider, high school science teacher, school administrator, and state education official. Jeremy is currently the market and content manager for All on Georgia-Camden and Glynn Counties. Jeremy’s focus is local news, statewide education issues, and statewide political commentary for the All on Georgia News Network. Jeremy has served as an education policy analyst for local legislators and state education leaders as well as a campaign strategist for local and statewide political campaigns. Jeremy holds degrees in science and education from the University of Georgia, Piedmont College, and Valdosta State University. Jeremy has lived in Camden County for over 17 years.

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