Well it's early days but Kenny Miller's last-gasp winner against Motherwell has put Rangers top of the Premiership this evening.
Celtic continued their good form under Brendan Rodgers with an impressive showing in Perth where they beat St Johnstone 4-2.
Hearts racked up the biggest victory of the day with a 5-1 trouncing of Inverness CT, who have lost all three league games under new boss Richie Foran.
Kilmarnock looked to have turned things round with victory last weekend, but Liam Boyce's double condemned them to defeat at Ross County.
Aberdeen survived a late Partick Thistle fightback to pick up three points, with Niall McGinn's magnificent free-kick worth catching on Sportscene tomorrow.
So Rangers are top of the table, a point ahead of Celtic and Ross County. Inverness CT sit bottom with zero points and must improve quickly or it could be a long season for the Highlanders.
Keep across the BBC Sport Scotland website for plenty more reaction to today's Premiership matches and all the lower league games as well.
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