Georgia gets three first-place votes in AP Top 25 poll

Georgia running back James Cook (4) breaks through South Carolina defenders on a touchdown run during the first quarter at Sanford Stadium on Saturday, Sept 18, 2021, in Athens, Ga. (Curtis Compton/Atlanta Journal-Constitution/TNS)
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Georgia running back James Cook (4) breaks through South Carolina defenders on a touchdown run during the first quarter at Sanford Stadium on Saturday, Sept 18, 2021, in Athens, Ga. (Curtis Compton/Atlanta Journal-Constitution/TNS)

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Georgia remained No. 2 in the Associated Press Top 25 college football poll, again finishing behind top-ranked Alabama. Georgia received three first-place votes and totaled 1,491 points. Georgia also remained No. 2 in the Coaches Poll.

Alabama received 59 first-place votes and totaled 1,547 points in the AP poll.

The rest of the top five were rounded out by Oregon, Oklahoma and Iowa. Clemson dropped to No. 9, from No. 6, after its narrow win over Georgia Tech Saturday.

Here is the complete poll:

1. Alabama (3-0), 59 first-place votes

2. Georgia (3-0), 3

3. Oregon (3-0)

4. Oklahoma (3-0)

5. Iowa (3-0)

6. Penn State (3-0)

7. Texas A&M (3-0)

8. Cincinnati (3-0)

9. Clemson (2-1)

10. Ohio State (2-1)

11. Florida (2-1)

12. Notre Dame (3-0)

13. Ole Miss (3-0)

14. Iowa State (2-1)

15. BYU (3-0)

16. Arkansas (3-0)

17. Coastal Carolina (3-0)

18. Wisconsin (1-1)

19. Michigan (3-0)

20. Michigan State (3-0)

21. North Carolina (2-1)

22. Fresno State (3-1)

23. Auburn (2-1)

24. UCLA (2-1)

25. Kansas State (3-0)

Others receiving votes: TCU 91, Liberty 56, Virginia Tech 52, Oklahoma State 51, Maryland 29, Arizona State 24, Texas 22, USC 16, San Diego State 16, West Virginia 14, LSU 14, Kentucky 12, Boston College 9, Wake Forest 7, Texas Tech 5, Stanford 3, Memphis 3, Louisville 1, Wyoming 1

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