Here's a look at the scores and schedule for the 2019 Georgia Bulldogs.

Georgia finishes No. 4 in final AP poll

Georgia finished No. 4 in the final Associated Press college football Top 25 poll, released Tuesday.

Georgia went 12-2 this season, including a Sugar Bowl win over Baylor. The Bulldogs’ only losses came to 15-0 LSU, which won the national championship Monday, and 4-8 South Carolina.

» MORE: Georgia’s AP poll history

LSU finished first in front of Clemson, which lost to LSU in the title game, and Ohio State. Oregon finished behind Georgia to round out the top five. Oklahoma, won finished the regular season as ranked No. 4 and made the College Football Playoff, dropped to No. 7.

Georgia will go into next season with an offense in rebuild mode with the loss of three-year starting quarterback Jake Fromm and four starting offensive linemen.

AP Top 25 Poll

1. LSU 15-0, 1,500 points
2. Clemson 14-1, 1,487
3. Ohio State 13-1, 1.426
4. Georgia 12-2, 1,336
5. Oregon 12-2, 1,249
6. Florida 11-2, 1,211
7. Oklahoma 12-2, 1,179
8. Alabama 11-2, 1,159
9. Penn State 11-2, 1,038
10. Minnesota 11-2, 952
11. Wisconsin 10-4, 883
12. Notre Dame 11-2, 879
13. Baylor 11-3, 827
14. Auburn 9-4, 726
15. Iowa 10-3, 699
16. Utah 11-3, 543
17. Memphis 12-2, 528
18. Michigan 9-4, 468
19. Appalachian State 13-1, 466
20. Navy 11-2, 415
21. Cincinnati 11-3, 343
22. Air Force 11-2, 209
23. Boise State 12-2, 188
24. UCF 10-3, 78
25. Texas 8-5, 69

Others receiving votes: Texas A&M 54, Florida Atlantic 46, Washington 39, Virginia 28, USC 16, San Diego State 13, Arizona State 12, SMU 10, Tennessee 8, California 6, Louisiana Tech 2, Kentucky 2, Kansas State 2, Louisiana-Lafayette 2

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