The college football season is officially in full swing after a second week of games that saw upsets, blowouts and impressive victories by national championship contenders.
Several teams with solid Week 1 victories were exposed as having a lot of work to do, while others bounced back from a frustrating start to the season to give their fans hope.
It's still early, but we've already seen three top teams in the SEC East lose and the USC Trojans drop an embarrassing game to Washington State in which the Cougars failed to score an offensive touchdown.
On the other hand, Miami and Clemson have both flexed their muscles, while the LSU Tigers have quietly put together one of the more impressive starts to the season by any team.
With the Top 25 now based on actual games and not educated guesses (as it was before the season began), it's time to take a look at the Week 3 polls (AP and coaches) and come up with five teams who should be in and five who should be out.