The Bulldogs were ranked 20th in the first BCS standings of the season, which were released Sunday.
Georgia will practice on Tuesday and Thursday this week. … The start time for the Florida game is expected to be announced Monday.
Quotable: "It's definitely good medicine. If you're sitting there with a loss, it just gnaws at you. If you have to let it get after you for two weeks instead of one, that's tough." – Richt on beating Vanderbilt on Saturday to snap a six-game losing streak in the division
Injuries: It's possible that every Bulldog other than Lumpkin will be available for the Florida game in two weeks but that would require some fast healing for a few players. Richt said again that tailback Thomas Brown could return for that game. Georgia team doctors have determined that Brown actually suffered his broken collarbone against Ole Miss and then played with the injury briefly against Tennessee. The Florida game will be a month from the Ole Miss game, and it's possible for the injury to heal in that amount of time, Richt said. Linebackers Brandon Miller (calf) and Marcus Washington (shoulder) will try to practice again starting next week. Even Peach County native A.J. Bryant (knee) could play against the Gators, Richt said. Lumpkin's injury was the only serious one suffered by Georgia against Vanderbilt, Richt said.
Up next: Florida, Oct. 27, Jacksonville, Fla.