There's eight ranked teams facing off this weekend—against each other.
Somethings got to give, and four of these ranked teams will lose come Saturday.
The only question is: which teams?
Lucky for you, I'm here to answer that.
Here are the four ranked teams bound to lose this Saturday.
No offense to Arkansas, but they're playing a different beast in No. 3 Alabama.
The Arkansas Razorbacks aren't battle tested yet.
Through the first three weeks of the college football season, Arkansas has played Missouri State, New Mexico and Troy.
While the Alabama Crimson Tide has played Kent State and North Texas, they beat Penn State (No.23 at the time) at their house in an impressive 27-11 outing.
Playing the Crimson Tide on their turf will be too much for the No. 14 Razorbacks, and they're going to get a first hand taste of the No. 2 ranked defense in the nation (given up six points average through three games).
Oklahoma State and Texas A&M always seem to get the raw end of the deal with big brothers Oklahoma and Texas in their respective states, but Oklahoma State is going to get the rawest deal come Saturday.
Playing the No. 8 team in the nation at their house is never an ideal situation, but it's exactly the situation the No. 7 Oklahoma State Cowboys are going to be in come Saturday.
Both teams have played fluff schedules so far, and they both have a lot to prove with all the realignment going on lately, but I like the Aggies in this contest.
If you would've told me last year that at some point this season Clemson was going to be ranked, I wouldn't have believed it.
But not to worry, they won't be ranked much longer.
The No. 21 Clemson Tigers are facing off against the No. 11 Florida State Seminoles, and they have no idea what they're getting themselves into.
Some people may be quick to call the Seminoles overrated (used to be No. 5) after they lost to the No. 1 Oklahoma Soonersbut that's just it.
The Sooners are ranked No. 1 for a reason, and they showed why in the 23-13 win last Saturday.
Florida State has something to prove after losing to Oklahoma, and the Clemson Tigers are going to face that something head on.
Sorry West Virginia, but the Louisiana State Tigers are the epitome of battle tested right now.
The Tigers laid a 40-27 beat down on No. 3 Oregon the first week at home, then went down to No. 25 Mississippi State and showed them up 19-6.
Jarret Lee was supposed to be nothing more than a fill-in, but he's been managing the offense very efficiently.
Lee is 40-for-59 for 44 yards and three touchdowns.
West Virginia hasn't played any team of significant importance, and only beat Maryland 37-31.
Tigers take this game with ease.