Tennessee (5-4) at Ole Miss (6-3), noon
A victory in this one, and the Vols would all but sew up a second-place finish in the SEC East - and maybe even a New Year's Day bowl bid. Ole Miss is in the running for a New Year's Day bid, too, but the Rebels need to win this to keep those hopes alive. Ole Miss 20-17.
Kentucky (5-4) at Vanderbilt (2-8), 12:20 p.m.
Kentucky better win this if it wants to go bowling. The Wildcats have won six of the past eight in the series, which they lead 39-38-4. Kentucky 20-13.
Alabama (9-0) at Mississippi State (4-5), 7 p.m.
The campuses are about 85 miles apart, and Alabama leads the series 72-18-3. The Bulldogs have won two of the past three in the series. For some reason, though, we think Alabama wins for the second season in a row. Alabama 24-10.
Auburn (7-3) at Georgia (5-4), 7 p.m.
This is the 113th meeting, making it the seventh-most-played rivalry in the nation. This is the first time since 1991 and the second time since 1976 neither has been ranked. Georgia has not lost five games since 1996, Jim Donnan's first season. Auburn 27-24.
Louisiana Tech (3-6) at LSU (7-2), 7 p.m., ESPNU
The teams have met 18 times, and LSU has won 17 of them. Tech's only win was 6-0 - in 1904. In the 18 games, Tech has scored 42 points. LSU 31-10.
Troy (7-2) at Arkansas (5-4), 7:30 p.m.
This is the third consecutive home game for the Razorbacks and the sixth road game for Troy. The Trojans have won seven in a row since a 50-point loss at Florida. Arkansas 38-23.
Georgia Tech (9-1) at Duke (5-4), noon
Georgia Tech clinches a spot in the ACC title game with a victory. The teams have played every season since 1933, and Tech has won the past five meetings. Tech's rush offense will have success against Duke's rush defense. But Duke's pass offense should have success against Tech's pass defense. Georgia Tech 37-21.
Florida State (4-5) at Wake Forest (4-6), noon
Both teams are in desperation mode when it comes to becoming bowl eligible. Wake must win out against Florida State and Duke, while FSU has to win two of three against Wake, Maryland and Florida. FSU, which is without QB Christian Ponder, has lost three in a row to the Demon Deacons. Wake Forest 34-27.
Virginia Tech (6-3) at Maryland (2-7), 1 p.m.
This is the 30th meeting, but the fifth since 1950. Tech redshirt freshman Ryan Williams has rushed for 1,109 yards, making Virginia Tech the third school in major-college history to have back-to-back 1,000-yard freshman rushers, joining Nevada (2001-02) and TCU (2002-03). Darren Evans, who is out this season with an injured knee, ran for 1,265 yards last season for the Hokies as a redshirt freshman. Virginia Tech 38-16.
Miami (7-2) at North Carolina (6-3), 3:30 p.m.
UNC coach Butch Davis is 2-0 against his former employer. If Miami finishes 10-2, the Hurricanes would have a long-shot chance to become a BCS at-large selection. UNC leads the ACC in total defense and has allowed four TD passes. North Carolina 24-20.
Boston College (6-3) at Virginia (3-6), 3:30 p.m.
This is the first time BC is playing at Virginia. The Eagles still have a shot at the ACC Atlantic Division title, but they must win and need Clemson to lose. BC is 92nd nationally in total offense, while Virginia is 119th. Boston College 20-14.