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It's not as big as last week, but it still carries intrigue.

Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

GAME OF THE WEEK

Texas A and M

7 p.m. ET

Ole Miss

ESPN

Both teams may have lost last week, but they still each only have one conference loss. The Rebels crucially hold the head-to-head tiebreaker over Alabama too. The winner of this game will be in good shape to capitalize should Alabama lose again—assuming that winner can beat LSU.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24

Auburn

Noon ET

Arkansas

SEC Network

No one would have guessed it over the summer, but this game is a contest to stay out of the West cellar.

Tennessee

3:30 p.m. ET

Alabama

CBS

The hate is real and pure, but there are stakes to this game beyond those. The Tide can't really afford another conference loss with as well as LSU is playing, while Tennessee is still kind of in the East race and nonetheless is looking to build momentum.

Missouri

4 p.m. ET

Vanderbilt

SEC Network

The line on this game opened at Mizzou by three, but three actually sounds like a good place to put the over/under on total points.

Western Kentucky

7 p.m. ET

LSU

ESPNU

The 'Toppers are no joke, placing 29th in the nation in this week's F/+ rankings. If LSU tries to get to its bye a week early, it could find some trouble. But while WKU's offense is no joke, its defense kind of is. Leonard Fournette should preserve the win.

Kentucky

7:30 p.m. ET

Miss State

SEC Network

It's the cross-division rivalry that no one outside these two fan bases can ever remember is a cross-division rivalry until they've done all the rest by process of elimination.