The College Football Rankings have already seen some drastic changes after two weeks, and Week 3 promises to shake things up even more.
Some teams will hold steady in their high rankings, but some of the lower-ranked teams will make moves to climb towards the top in Week 3.
We only have a few days to get ready, so let's get to it.
Here is our list of the Top 10 teams that could move up in the college football rankings after Week 3.
LSU will continue to push the weaker SEC programs aside as they host Mississippi State this coming weekend.
Even though Mississippi State held their own against a tough Auburn squad, LSU will be able to challenge the Bulldogs even more offensively.
As long as LSU can contain Mississippi State on the ground, they will have little trouble defeating the Bulldogs and moving up from their No. 15 spot.
Stanford is currently ranked No. 19, and a victory over Wake Forest will help the Cardinal start their season 3-0 before getting to the meat of their Pac-10 schedule.
Stanford's performance over UCLA was impressive in keeping the Bruins scoreless.
Wake Forest should be a cakewalk for Andrew Luck and company.
No. 12 Arkansas could be on the rise after this weekend's game against Georgia.
The Bulldogs fell to South Carolina this past weekend, and we can expect more of the same against the Hogs.
Arkansas has an explosive passing offense, and they aren't too shabby in their running game either. If the Hogs make it to the redzone, they will score. Period.
Expect this game to be no contest, and expect Arkansas to move even higher in the rankings.
Even after a tough loss to Ohio State this weekend, the Hurricanes still have a shot at moving back up in the polls. Miami slipped from No. 12 to No. 17 this week, but a win against Pitt this coming weekend could have the Canes climbing again.
Even with a questionable quarterback, Miami could still be the best team in the ACC, but that's not saying much. Still, expect Miami to be in the top 15 after Week 3.
No. 20 Utah became No. 14 Utah after this weekend, and we can expect the Utes to keep up their climb in the college football rankings.
Utah dominated UNLV last weekend, and this coming game against New Mexico will be no different.
Penn State suffered their first loss of the season to the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide this past weekend, and they slipped from No. 18 to No. 22.
But we can't really fault the Nittany Lions for losing to the No. 1 ranked team in the country. This coming weekend, Penn State will host Kent State, and add another win to their record.
Have no fear, Penn State fans! You'll move back up in no time.
The Sooners are off to a great start this season, and they are currently ranked No. 7 in college football polls.
This coming weekend, Oklahoma will host Air Force, and pick up another win.
Bold prediction here: Oklahoma will overtake Texas at the No. 6 spot after this weekend.
Auburn has started this season 2-0, and the Tigers proved that their defense is not to be underestimated after last Thursday's game at Mississippi State.
Auburn is currently ranked No. 16 in college football polls, and a Week 3 victory over Clemson will shoot them up the list.
Where did Michigan come from? After years of hibernation, the Wolverines are back in Blue!
Sophomore quarterback, Denard Robinson has caught the attention of the college football world, and Michigan moved into the top 25 at No. 20 after this weekend.
Even though we have yet to see how the Wolverines will fair against some Big Ten competition, expect Michigan to move up a spot or two if they pull off another win over UMass.
South Carolina started off this season completely underrated, and they've moved up to the No. 13 spot after a victory over Georgia.
Their next opponent is... Furman?
It's safe to say that the Gamecocks will come out of Week 3 with a 3-0 record and move up in the polls.