The deeper the football season progresses, the more potential upset alerts begin to emerge.
For those teams wishing to have the honor of staying among the 25 ranked teams in college football, they will need to stay on their toes.
But, for those teams that recently experienced their own troubles, they are doomed to be dropped from the polls soon, and with the release of the BCS polls right around the corner, it's time to step up or shut up for some of these Top 25 teams.
Even though Baylor has the explosive Robert Griffin at the helm of the offense, it has no defensive prowess. The offensive line is not protecting Griffin well, allowing an average of about five sacks per game, despite the quarterback's mobility and strong arm.
Recently dropping one against the Kansas State Wildcats, Baylor is treading the line at No. 25, and is out of it if it loses another game like they did against Kansas State.
If there's one thing we've learned about Texas A&M, it's the Aggies can score plenty of points and get to the quarterback. We've also learned that they can't hold leads in the second half and finish out games.
Sitting at No.24, Texas A&M has to rebound quickly, having blown 20-point leads to both Oklahoma State and Arkansas, which both possess high-octane offenses, and suspect defenses.
The Aggies are on thin ice in the Top 25 AP Poll and must try to rebound and prove that they can finish in the second half and carry over the momentum they always seem to lose in the first half, despite being ahead for most of the game.
Jimbo Fisher's Seminoles went into the bye week with absolutely no momentum, having blown back-to-back games against both Oklahoma and conference rival Clemson.
They still remain in the polls at No. 23, but have their share of problems on the offensive side of the ball.
They have no form of a running game, no true weapons in the passing game, all coupled with an inconsistent quarterback in EJ Manuel who has problems throwing ball. He has six touchdowns to go along with four interceptions.
As they come off the bye week, they must delve into their ACC schedule, which is a competitive one, and they must win out if they want any hopes of remaining in the Top 25.
In 2011, "Beamer Ball" has effectively become non-existent.
Special teams for the Hokies has been dismal at best, and their quarterback Logan Thomas has not been impressive when faced with higher caliber competition has not been impressive at all.
And playing in the Coastal Division, the Hokies have yet to play the likes of Miami, Georgia Tech and North Carolina, who are always competitive.
Virginia Tech has hidden some problems offensively, and despite their solid running game, they have little else to go on. The team is probably among the biggest threats to drop out of the Top 25 sooner rather than later.