After dropping its second game in a row, UGA fell out of the most recent AP Top 25 Poll.
UGA (4-2, 2-2 SEC) squandered a 21-point lead on Saturday against Tennessee, losing 38-31, and dropped from the No. 19 rank that it occupied for one week.
This is the first time UGA has not been ranked in the Top 25 since losing its bowl game against Nebraska after the 2013 season.
UGA will face Missouri (4-2, 1-2) at home on Saturday; kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. ET.
AP Poll released: 4 SEC teams in top 10 http://t.co/U7EWGD5gwj
— SEC Country (@seccountry) October 11, 2015
Nick Chubb will need surgery, per his mother http://t.co/GPVtW8g9mF
— DawgNation (@dawgnation) October 11, 2015