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A new week brings a new set of college football rankings. And though the top five didn’t change, there was some important shuffling in the bottom half of the top 10.

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How about the Georgia Bulldogs? UGA jumped four spots to No. 7 after mashing Mississippi State, which had just blown out LSU, by 28 points. The Bulldog defense is legit – it allowed just three points and 280 yards against a hot offense. In an SEC East that’s confusing at best and underwhelming at worst, Georgia clearly looks like the best team in the division.

Jake Fromm only threw 12 times on Saturday, but he still managed to pass for more than 200 yards. The true freshman is going to be a good one. Nick Chubb and Sony Michel are two of the best running backs in the conference. For years, the issue with Georgia was this: they could just never put everything together at the same time. If the offense was rolling, the defense stumbled, or vice versa.

This season, both units have looked great against quality competition. What a job Kirby Smart has done in Athens.

The same thing could be said about No. 9 TCU, which scored the most impressive victory of the weekend, hanging a 44 spot on Oklahoma State in Stillwater. Of course, temper your expectations – Kenny Hill dominates every September. Remember his game against South Carolina when he was at Texas A&M?