Georgia remains at No. 15 in coaches poll after Week 1 win over Appalachian State


Georgia remained at No. 15 in the updated coaches poll, which was released on Tuesday, after its season-opening 31-10 win over Appalachian State on Saturday.

The Bulldogs are the fourth-highest ranked SEC team behind Alabama, LSU and Auburn.

The Bulldogs play their first road game of the season in Week 2, a matchup at Notre Dame on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET on NBC. However, they will be going into that contest without their Week 1 starting quarterback, Jacob Eason, who has confirmed to be out after sustained a sprained knee ligament in the season opener.

Jake Fromm will be making his first career start at QB this week, after he went 10-for-15 for 143 yards and a touchdown upon replacing Eason during the season opener.

The post Georgia remains at No. 15 in coaches poll after Week 1 win over Appalachian State appeared first on DawgNation.


Reader Comments ...


Next Up in Sports

Oregon earns massive NCAA Tournament resume builder, upsets Arizona
Oregon earns massive NCAA Tournament resume builder, upsets Arizona

The Oregon Ducks still have life on the NCAA Tournament bubble following their 98-93 overtime upset of No. 14 Arizona. Playing on Senior Night against a program with multiple scandals swirling, Oregon survived a double-double from Deandre Ayton — 28 points and 18 rebounds — en route to the win. Elijah Brown was brilliant with...
Arkansas bats around in ninth inning, breaks tie, beats San Diego State
Arkansas bats around in ninth inning, breaks tie, beats San Diego State

The Arkansas baseball team is so loaded, it batted around in the ninth inning without even recording a single hit. That takes talent. Or a mistake-filled opponent. The Diamond Hogs scored three runs in the ninth inning to break a 2-2 tie and dispatch San Diego State, 5-2, on Saturday night. Arkansas’ ninth was just plain odd: four...
Kentucky basketball: Hamidou Diallo gets hug from John Calipari, ovation from teammates
Kentucky basketball: Hamidou Diallo gets hug from John Calipari, ovation from teammates

LEXINGTON, Ky. — John Calipari gave Hamidou Diallo a hug in front of the team after Kentucky’s 87-66 win against Missouri on Saturday night. Kevin Knox scored 21 points, Jarred Vanderbilt snatched 15 rebounds, but it was Diallo who was deserving of the embrace. “You know, it’s been hard,” ...
Kentucky basketball: What John Calipari said after Wildcats’ win against Missouri
Kentucky basketball: What John Calipari said after Wildcats’ win against Missouri

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Kentucky basketball extended its win streak to three Saturday night at Rupp Arena with an 87-66 win against Missouri. Here’s everything Kentucky coach John Calipari said after the win. Q. With the stress of what was going on this week with Kevin Knox? JOHN...
Bill Walton: Arizona scandal is a ‘complete failure of the human spirit and soul’
Bill Walton: Arizona scandal is a ‘complete failure of the human spirit and soul’

Prior to tipoff of Arizona’s game at Oregon, Bill Walton gave his thoughts on the latest developments regarding Sean Miller and Deandre Ayton with regards to the FBI probe. Miller, the head coach for Arizona, didn’t coach the game after being implicated in a report from ESPN’s Mark Schlabach. In the report...
More Stories