The second College Football Playoff rankings of the season have been released with Georgia now holding the No. 2 spot. This follows their 30-21 win against the Missouri Tigers, securing their position in the rankings with no movement. However, their upcoming game against the No. 9 ranked Ole Miss Rebels will provide another opportunity to fortify their standing.
Little changed in the rankings following Week 10, with the top eight teams maintaining their positions.
Bulldogs’ Impact on Social Media
The Bulldogs social media account doesn’t seem too concerned about the rankings. Meanwhile, discussions and debates around Georgia’s higher ranking have sparked on various social media platforms.
Opinions, Reactions, and Disagreement
Despite a challenging win at Rutgers, Ohio State retains the No. 1 spot, with Georgia maintaining its position at No. 2, prompting differing opinions and reactions.
Former player Aaron Murray also disagrees with the ranking, expressing his views on Georgia’s performance and deserving position.
Ranking Changes and Shifts
The latest College Football Playoff rankings indicate significant shifts and changes for several teams, with Georgia fans and analysts expressing their disapproval and concerns about how the process is being managed.
Looking to the future, Georgia takes on Tennessee in two weeks, amid criticism and disapprovals over the current rankings. The team faces potential challenges as opinions on the rankings persist.
Continued Discussion and Unsettled Opinions
As the rankings stir controversy and discontent, the upcoming games and team performances will continue to fuel debates and discussions around the College Football Playoff rankings.
Story originally appeared on UGA Wire
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