UGA, South Carolina ranked in top 10 in USA Today preseason college football poll.

Georgia is one of seven Southeastern Conference teams ranked in the USA Today Top 25 preseason poll released today.

The Bulldogs check in at sixth, three spots ahead of South Carolina. LSU is first, just ahead of Alabama and Southern Cal. Oklahoma and Oregon round out the top five.

Clemson is ranked 14th, seven spots behind Atlantic Coast Conference rival Florida State. Georgia Tech received votes in the poll.

Here are the full results:

USA Today Top 25 Poll

 

The USA Today Top 25 football coaches preseason poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, 2011 records, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th.

 

1. LSU (18), 13-1, 1403

2. Alabama (20), 12-1, 1399

3. Southern Cal (19), 10-2, 1388

4. Oklahoma (1), 10-3, 1276

5. Oregon, 12-2, 1258

6. Georgia, 10-4, 1061

7. Florida State (1), 9-4, 1055

8. Michigan, 11-2, 1023

9. South Carolina, 11-2, 981

10. Arkansas, 11-2, 948

11. West Virginia, 10-3, 833

12. Wisconsin, 11-3, 743

13. Michigan State,11-3, 717

14. Clemson, 10-4, 598

15. Texas, 8-5, 549,

16. Nebraska, 9-4, 501

17. TCU, 11-2, 499

18. Stanford, 11-2, 497

19. Oklahoma State, 12-1, 476

20. Virginia Tech, 11-3, 461

21. Kansas State, 10-3, 398

22. Boise State, 12-1, 271

23. Florida,7-6, 250, NR

24. Notre Dame,8-5, 166, NR

25. Auburn,8-5, 66, NR

Others receiving votes: Washington 64, Louisville 46, Georgia Tech 35, Cincinnati 32, Texas A&M 28, Baylor 23, Utah 22, Mississippi State 21, South Florida 12, N.C. State 11, BYU 10, Louisiana Tech 10, Virginia 9, Houston 7, Southern Mississippi 6, UCF 5, Rutgers 5, FIU 3, Missouri 3, Tennessee 3, Northern Illinois 2, Texas Tech 1.

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