There likely won’t be a lot of movement in the Associated press poll headed into Week 3 as there weren’t many major victories or heartbreaking upsets of note in on Saturday.

Kentucky ended a 31-game losing streak by defeating No. 25 Florida and No. 3 Georgia flexed its muscle against No. 24 South Carolina. No. 10 Stanford took care of business against No. 17 USC, as well.

No. 2 Clemson got a scare from unranked Texas A&M, but the Tigers clung to a two-point victory in College Station.

Here’s what we expect the AP poll to look like on Sunday afternoon:

  1. Alabama def. Arkansas State 57-7
  2. Clemson def. Texas A&M 28-26
  3. Georgia def. No. 24 South Carolina 41-17
  4. Ohio State def. Rutgers 52-3
  5. Wisconsin def. New Mexico 45-14
  6. Oklahoma def. UCLA 49-21
  7. Auburn def. Alabama St. 63-9
  8. Stanford def. No. 17 USC 17-3
  9. Notre Dame def. Ball State 24-16
  10. LSU def. SE Louisiana 31-0
  11. Washington def. North Dakota 45-3
  12. Virginia Tech def. William & Mary 62-17
  13. Penn State def. Pitt 51-6
  14. West Virginia def. Youngstown St. 52-17
  15. Michigan State (currently leading Arizona State)
  16. TCU def. SMU 42-12
  17. Mississippi St. def. Kansas St. 31-10
  18. Boise St. (currently leading UConn)
  19. UCF def. South Carolina St. 38-0
  20. Michigan def. Western Michigan 49-3
  21. Miami (FL) def. Savannah St 77-0
  22. Oregon def. Portland St. 62-14
  23. USC lost to No. 8 Stanford 17-3
  24. Utah def. NIU 17-6
  25. Oklahoma St. def. South Alabama 55-13