The action doesn’t stop in SEC football. After a memorable “Separation Saturday” in Week 6, the big-time games just keep going into this weekend.

Here is the biggest story line for each SEC team heading into Week 7.

Alabama – Following a tough loss to Ole Miss, Alabama gets back on the road to face another tough SEC West opponent in the Arkansas Razorbacks. While Arkansas isn’t as talented as Ole Miss, the Razorbacks are more than capable of pulling off the upset, thanks to a strong running game and a raucous home environment. Alabama should win this weekend, but a loss against the Razorbacks would derail the Crimson Tide’s season and their playoff hopes.

Arkansas – The Razorbacks can finally get back on the field following a rough loss to Texas A&M two weeks ago and a bye week. For a team desperately looking for a statement win and frankly just an SEC victory, Alabama is the one the ultimate opponents that can come against. Despite the loss last week, Alabama is still a top-10 team and would be a huge season-defining win for Bret Bielema and his team. They’ve come close before, but the Hogs have yet to play a strong second half against an SEC opponent this season. Arkansas will need a strong 60 minutes for those upset aspirations to come true.

Auburn – Arguably, no one had a more impressive win last weekend as Auburn throttled LSU 41-7. The big win signaled that Auburn wasn’t going anywhere this season after an SEC Championship season last year. Somehow, the media wasn’t talking about this Auburn team, despite their top-five ranking. But that’s not the case anymore. And this weekend, the Tigers get no rest as they move on to a road matchup against No. 3 Mississippi State. As impressive as Auburn’s 41-7 win was against LSU, a similar victory over a scorching hot Mississippi State team would leave no doubt that Auburn is the best team in college football right now.

Florida – Just when it looked like things were looking up for the Gators after a comeback win sparked by true freshman quarterback Treon Harris over Tennessee, it came crashing down. Reports surfaced of Harris being accused for sexual assault and he has been suspended indefinitely. On the football field, the Gators will go back to Jeff Driskel, who has struggled all season. Will Gator Nation get more of the same from Driskel? Or will he turn things around? All eyes will be on the redshirt junior quarterback as hopes of a more dynamic offense could come crashing down if Driskel isn’t more effective.

Georgia – A crucial game against SEC East-leading Missouri awaits the Bulldogs this weekend. Quarterback play will be essential for Georgia, who has yet to find much consistency in Hutson Mason, prompting head coach Mark Richt to rotate backup quarterback Brice Ramsey into UGA’s last game. Richt has yet to make any definitive statements regarding if one quarterback will see most of the playing time, but it’s things like a two-quarterback system that can bring teams down if not handled correctly. This will put the onus on Todd Gurley even more this weekend as Missouri boasts the best pass rush in the SEC.

Kentucky – Coming off a season-defining win against South Carolina, the Wildcats catch a break with UL Monroe. The story with Kentucky goes no farther than its surprise contention for the SEC East title. They are a three-OT loss on the road against Florida away from being undefeated at this point in the season. Running back Jojo Kemp aptly phrased it after the big win when he simply said, “Why not us? Why not Kentucky?” They’ll stray outside the SEC this week, but a road matchup against LSU looms in the coming weeks.

LSU – Normally, you know exactly what to expect out of LSU every year. A strong defense, dynamic quarterback and powerful running game. This season…not so much. While the defense is strong in spots, LSU has largely been unable to stop the run, leading to a blowout loss against Auburn last week. Quarterback continues to remain an issue as well. True freshman Brandon Harris got his first start last week, but he was virtually shutdown all game and hardly looked the part of a capable starting quarterback. Les Miles went back to Anthony Jennings against Auburn, so there is no telling what LSU will do this week against Florida. At this point in the season, it looks like LSU’s incredible young talent isn’t ready for the big stage quite yet.

Mississippi State – The Bulldogs are clearly one of the top teams in the SEC after two victories over top-10 teams. Now, Mississippi State is looking to make it three straight wins over top-10 programs as No. 2 Auburn comes to town. There aren’t many teams, if any, that have better wins than Mississippi State right now. Another victory this weekend against Auburn would cement the Bulldogs as probably the best team in college football right now, which is something I’m sure that catches most SEC fans by surprise.

Missouri – The Tigers are coming off a bye week and will be thrown into a key SEC East matchup against Georgia. Even at this point in the season, it’s hard to figure out exactly which Missouri team we’ll see this weekend. Will it be the Tigers who lost to Indiana at home or the team that came back against South Carolina on the road two weeks ago? Either way, Missouri is the current leader in the SEC East and a win against Georgia would greatly increase their chances of a return trip to Atlanta.

Ole Miss – They did it. They beat Alabama, the team they had circled on their calendar for months. And while it was a huge win, it could get nullified with a loss to Texas A&M this weekend. The great Rebels defense will be tested by Kenny Hill and the explosive Aggies offense as Ole Miss looks to prove that its win against Alabama was more than a fluke. All eyes will again be on Bo Wallace, who will need another near-perfect performance to get the Rebels out of College Station with a big win.

South Carolina – The Gamecocks get a bye week in Week 7 and I don’t think there could be a better time for it. It’s been a disappointing season for South Carolina, who has largely underwhelmed from its preseason expectations of winning the SEC East. The defense continues to struggle and head coach Steve Spurrier keeps shooting himself in the foot with questionable play calling. Simply put, this team isn’t nearly as good as everyone thought and now they are virtually out of the SEC East race.

Tennessee – Enough of the bricky by brick mentality, Tennessee needs a big win. The Vols should have gotten one last weekend against the Gators, which would have ended it’s decade-long losing stream to Florida. But Tennessee surrendered a nine-point lead in the fourth quarter and lost the game. At some point, all of the great recruiting Butch Jones has done off-the-field needs to see results on-the-field. They face UT Chattanooga this weekend before traveling to Oxford to play No. 3 Ole Miss.

Texas A&M – After looking shaky against Arkansas two weeks ago, the young Aggies were dominated by Mississippi State last weekend. It turns out Kenny Hill isn’t invincible and Texas A&M may be more of a top-20 team rather than a top-six ranked team like they’ve been labeled for the last few weeks. Fortunately for the Aggies, they’ll get an immediate opportunity to put the loss behind them with Ole Miss coming to town this weekend. How will Hill and the young Aggies respond to their first loss of the season? We’ll find out against the No. 3 ranked Rebels this weekend.

Vanderbilt – Another week, another loss for the lowly Vanderbilt Commodores. Simply put, until Vanderbilt can decide on a quarterback, I don’t believe the Commodores will be able to develop enough consistency on offense to compete in the SEC this season. More than likely, it’s a winless year in the SEC staring head coach Derek Mason in the face.