There is no chance you'll see Kellen Moore and Boise State on this list.
With college football's big boys playing well this past weekend, the top of the USA Today Coaches' Poll looks like it probably won't include many changes for Week 5.
However, the bottom of the top 25 could see a few departures. Here are three teams who earned spots in the last poll, but could find themselves ranked no more.
Giovani Bernard and UNC fell to Georgia Tech on Saturday.
This is a tough break for the 25th-ranked Tar Heels, who dropped a close one, 35-28, at No. 24 Georgia Tech on Saturday.
Still, others won, meaning North Carolina probably will find itself in the "also receiving votes" category when the new poll is released.
Geno Smith and the Mountaineers were soundly whipped at home by LSU.
There is no shame in losing to Louisiana State. However, getting whipped, 47-21, on your home field in a game that never was close will see you tumble in the polls.
Will the loss be enough to fall from 16th to unranked? Probably not. But the possibility does exist.
Clemson was all over Clint Trickett and the Seminoles on Saturday.
Florida State went from the top five to potentially being out of the poll completely in the span of two Saturdays.
That probably isn't fair.
After all, the host Seminoles played No. 1 Oklahoma tough before falling 23-13 eight days ago. Then, FSU had to follow up that emotional contest with a game at 22nd-ranked Clemson.
That was too much to overcome, and the 14th-ranked 'Noles fell 35-30 on Saturday.
Make no mistake, Florida State is a top-25 team, but losing two straight—even if both were to ranked foes—could be enough to see the Seminoles slip out of the poll.
Most likely, that won't happen, but it could.