Every week we bring some of the best stadium shots from SEC football games, courtesy of the loyal fans who cheered and shared their experiences. These pictures are just another reason the SEC is the best conference in the country.

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It was Senior Day for several SEC teams.

The conference’s opening kickoff started in Gainesville, where the Florida Gators took on Florida Atlantic in a game that was much closer than many expected.

The Gators won 20-14 against a Conference-USA opponent a week before their rivalry matchup with Florida State.

In addition to Seniors Days, veterans continue to be honored at stadiums in stadiums all around the SEC.

Our heroes.

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One of the few and most important in-conference matchups featured two teams that had fallen on hard times, as LSU headed to Ole Miss to try to snap its two-game losing streak.

The Tigers were unsuccessful.

As they get gear up for another postseason, the Crimson Tide had a soft spot in the schedule this week with a matchup against Charleston Southern. Alabama won 56-6.

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Last Tiger Walk of the season this Saturday. Love my Auburn Family. Let's get it! #WarEagle #ironbowl2015

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The final score is 56-34! #WarEagle!

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In the most exciting game, QB Brandon Allen Arkansas took on QB Dak Prescott and Mississippi State in a Razorbacks home game to help decide the SEC West standings.

Precott threw for 508 yards and five TDs; Allen threw for 406 yards and 7 TDs, but in the final minute of the back-and-forth battle, the Bulldogs blocked a field goal to win 51-50.

Back at it next week. #WPS

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Georgia got another win on Saturday. For as poorly as some parts of 2015 have gone in Athens, the team could end the season on a nice win streak.

Got to see my Vols beat Mizzou last night #GBO

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The most photo worthy moment of the night came in Columbia, M0., where the Tigers took on the Volunteers in their last home game of the season.

Missouri lost 19-8, but the emotion can easily be seen through pictures as retiring coach Gary Pinkel said goodbye to the fans.

And finally, Texas A&M kicker Taylor Bertolet tied an SEC record with six made field goals in a 25-0 win over Vanderbilt.

Great win to get back on track. Congrats to my boy T-Bert on an SEC record-tying night! #SpecialTeamsWinsGames✔️

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Played at UK band day with 1,000 people

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