Georgia fans react to being No. 1 in College Football Playoff poll for second straight week


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For the second straight week, Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs are no. 1 in the College Football Playoff poll.

Though the Alabama Crimson Tide are nipping at their heels, Georgia remains in the top spot following a solid 24-10 victory over South Carolina on Saturday. With Kentucky’s loss later that night, the Bulldogs are officially SEC East champions with three full weeks still to play.

UGA and its fans have much bigger aspirations than that, however. They want a national championship. And while the team can’t earn that crown this week, they nevertheless took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the Bulldogs’ ranking:

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