University of Georgia head coach Kirby Smart’s calm response to his team being second in the initial College Football Playoff (CFP) ranking should cause unease throughout the sport.The Bulldogs are 8-0 and have been No. 1 in the Associated Press and coaches top-25 polls since the start of the season as the reigning two-time national champions. However, when the first CFP ranking was released Tuesday, the top spot belonged to Ohio State.
Georgia became the top team and stayed at the top into the playoffs en route to their second consecutive national championship.UGA has a chance to dispel doubts about their schedule for the next few weeks. This week’s opponent, No. 12 Missouri, kicks off a string of three consecutive ranked opponents for the Dawgs.’It’s always one game at a time,’ Smart said. ‘You know the answer to that.
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