Created: January 9, 2008, 11:05 AM

Where does SportsNation rank the Georgia Bulldogs?

The college football season has come to an end, and LSU (11-2) has emerged as the best team in the nation with a resounding 38-24 victory over then No. 1 Ohio State in the BCS Championship Game. Or have they?

Both Georgia and USC are coming off impressive BCS-bowl wins, and have the same record as the champion Tigers. Would you rank the Bulldogs or the Trojans ahead of the national champs? And where in the rankings do the other BCS-bowl winners, West Virginia and Kansas, fall?

It seems that until there is a playoff system in college football, these types of debates will continue to take place at the end of every season. Vote now and see if your rankings match the AP's Top 25!

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  • LSU 38, Ohio State 24
    AP Rank: 1
    Record: 12-2
  • Georgia 41, Hawaii 10
    AP Rank: 2
    Record: 11-2
  • USC 49, Illinois 17
    AP Rank: 3
    Record: 11-2
  • Missouri 38, Arkansas7
    AP Rank: 4
    Record: 12-2
  • LSU 38, Ohio State 24
    AP Rank: 5
    Record: 11-2
  • West Virginia 48, Oklahoma 28
    AP Rank: 6
    Record: 11-2
  • Kansas 24, Virginia Tech 21
    AP Rank: 7
    Record: 12-1
  • West Virginia 48, Oklahoma 28
    AP Rank: 8
    Record: 11-3
  • Kansas 24, Virginia Tech 21
    AP Rank: 9
    Record: 11-3
  • Texas 52, Arizona St. 34
    AP Rank: 10
    Record: 10-3
  • Boston College 24, Michigan St. 21
    AP Rank: 11
    Record: 11-3
  • Tennessee 21, Wisconsin 17
    AP Rank: 12
    Record: 10-4
  • Michigan 41, Florida 35
    AP Rank: 13
    Record: 9-4
  • BYU 17, UCLA 16
    AP Rank: 14
    Record: 11-2
  • Auburn, 23, Clemson 20
    AP Rank: 15
    Record: 9-4
  • Texas 52, Arizona St. 34
    AP Rank: 16
    Record: 10-3
  • Cincinnati 31, Southern Miss 21
    AP Rank: 17
    Record: 10-3
  • Michigan 41, Florida 35
    AP Rank: 18
    Record: 9-4
  • Georgia 41, Hawaii 10
    AP Rank: 19
    Record: 12-1
  • USC 49, Illinois 17
    AP Rank: 20
    Record: 9-4
  • Auburn, 23, Clemson 20
    AP Rank: 21
    Record: 9-4
  • Texas Tech 31, Virginia 28
    AP Rank: 22
    Record: 9-4
  • Oregon 56, South Florida 21
    AP Rank: 23
    Record: 9-3
  • Tennessee 21, Wisconsin 17
    AP Rank: 24
    Record: 9-4
  • Oregon St. 21, Maryland 14
    AP Rank: 25
    Record: 9-4
  • Texas Tech 31, Virginia 28
    AP Rank: Not ranked
    Record: 9-4
  • Penn St. 24, Texas A&M 17
    AP Rank: Not ranked
    Record: 9-4
  • Kentucky 35, Florida St. 28
    AP Rank: Not ranked
    Record: 8-5
  • Wake Forest 24, Connecticut 10
    AP Rank: Not Ranked
    Record: 9-4
  • East Carolina 41, Boist St. 38
    AP Rank: Not Ranked
    Record: 10-3