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2019 College Football Polls: Week 2

NCAA Football: Georgia at Vanderbilt Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Week 2 Polls

AP Poll

1. Clemson

2. Alabama

3. Georgia

4. Oklahoma

5. Ohio State

6. LSU

7. Michigan

8. Notre Dame

9. Texas

10. Auburn

11. Florida

12. Texas A&M

13. Utah

14. Washington

15. Penn State

16. Oregon

17. Wisconsin

18. UCF

19. Michigan State

20. Iowa

21. Syracuse

22. Washington State

23. Stanford

24. Boise State

25. Nebraska

25. Iowa State

Georgia Overview

Georgia opened the 2019 campaign with a solid victory over Vanderbilt 30-6. While the Dawgs were never in danger of losing the game, they still left fans with a feeling that they could have been even more dominant.

The offensive line and running backs, however, did prove dominant, as Georgia racked up 323 rushing yards on 8.1 yards per carry. In the passing game, Demetris Robertson looks to be an answer, having caught a touchdown as well as rushing for 29 yards.

On defense, the Dawgs limited the Commodores to only two field goals. There is still plenty of room for growth, though, as the Dawgs produced just two sacks and zero interceptions.

All in all, though, it is a great start for the #3 ranked Bulldogs. Any road SEC win is a great win. Georgia welcomes Murray State between the hedges this Saturday for their home opener.


Fell Out: Arya Stark, aka No One

Newcomers: #24 Boise State


#5 Ohio State. Yes, I said it. The Buckeyes are overrated. Don’t get me wrong, they are still one of the better teams in the nation. And yes, Justin Fields is in a much better scheme for his skillset, and he looked like an All-American against FAU. But Ohio State will face much stiffer competition than FAU, with better athletes that will limit Fields’ running capabilities and not allow Buckeye wide receivers to be 10 yards open. They won’t make the college football playoff and they won’t win the Big 10. Take: hot and spicy.


#14 Washington. Noticing a theme here? The other Georgia transfer quarterback, Jacob Eason, also played exceptionally well for the Huskies. Eason made several big-time throws and looked comfortable back in the Pacific Northwest. Granted, they only played Eastern Washington, but the Huskies’ road to a conference playoff and potential college football playoff berth is much easier than Ohio State’s. The Huskies have a real shot at running the table and getting the Pac-12 back to the playoff.

This Week’s Top 25 Matchups

#12 Texas A&M at #1 Clemson

#6 LSU at #9 Texas

Upset Alert

In Week 2, I am taking Colorado to knockoff #25 Nebraska in a game that really should be played on Thanksgiving weekend.