Week 3 of the SEC football season was full of big plays and huge performances.
It proved to us, once again, just how much talent there is in the Southeastern Conference.
Who had the biggest and best performances this past weekend?
Click through the slide show to see who I rank as the top 10 performers in third week of SEC action.
In a bad loss for Ole Miss on Saturday, linebacker Mike Marry was one of the few highlights.
Marry racked up 11 tackles, including two tackles for a loss and a sack, in the lopsided defeat.
The Rebel linebacker also added a QB hurry, in a game where he made his way into the Commodore backfield for several big defensive plays.
Zac Stacy had a solid running day in the upset win over Ole Miss on Saturday.
As a matter of fact, with 169 rushing yards, he rolled to the 10th-most rushing yards in Vanderbilt history.
Even more impressive is that he did that on just 11 carries.
Even though Kentucky lost to Louisville on Saturday, the best defensive player in the SEC, Danny Trevathan, had a huge game.
The star linebacker had 12 tackles, including a sack, and forced a fumble.
Trevathan seemed to always be at the ball.
Even though Auburn lost the Clemson game this past weekend, several Auburn players had solid performances.
One of those impressive Tigers was sophomore running back Michael Dyer.
He ran for 151 yards and two touchdowns on just 16 carries.
Seems like the Auburn coaches need to feed the ball to him more often.
South Carolina linebacker Antonio Allen continued his stellar season in Week 3 against Navy.
He racked up 10 tackles, including eight solo stops, forced a fumble and had an interception.
The athletic defender was literally all over the field.
Arkansas has been working to build a consistent running game since losing starter Knile Davis to injury just before the season.
The good news is they may have reached that goal this weekend against Troy.
New starter Ronnie Wingo Jr. ran for 109 yards, had three receptions for 20 yards, and scored two touchdowns.
In a huge win for the Vanderbilt program this past weekend, defense was a major key.
The star of the Commodore defense was defensive back Trey Wilson.
The talented junior picked off two Ole Miss passes and took one of them to the end zone for a big score in the victory.
Alabama routed Sun Belt Conference opponent North Texas on Saturday.
One of the reasons was the performance of star Alabama running back Trent Richardson.
The big and speedy back rushed for 167 yards and scored three touchdowns on just 11 carries.
Another week, another huge performance from Marcus Lattimore.
The Gamecock sophomore running back ran for an incredible 246 yards and three touchdowns in the win over Navy.
He also caught four passes for 25 yards in a tremendous effort.
An emerging star in the SEC, Chris Rainey is having a breakout season so far in 2011.
In Saturday's home win over rival Tennessee, Rainey was amazing, running for 108 yards, racking up 104 receiving yards and a touchdown, and adding 21 punt return yards.
If 233 total yards and a score wasn't enough, Rainey added a blocked punt to his stat sheet for good measure.