Here are some burning questions for every team in the SEC as we head into a Week 13 filled with several great rivalry games:

Alabama:  Will the Crimson Tide finally punch its ticket to Atlanta by roughing up Auburn so bad that 56-6 might seem like the  right score two weeks in a row?

Arkansas: Will Brandon Allen throw for eight touchdowns against Missouri after already throwing for six and seven touchdowns this month?

Auburn: Will the Tigers be able to move the ball at all against that vaunted Alabama defense, even with Jeremy Johnson finally starting to play well at quarterback?

Florida: Can the Gators keep squeaking past opponents with that awful offense, even if the opponent this week is a much-tougher Florida State?

Georgia: Will the Bulldogs end the “Fire Mark Richt” talk with a win over Georgia Tech, or is all hell going to break loose in Athens?

Kentucky: Will the Wildcats get bowl eligible against Louisville after finally breaking their five-game losing streak last Saturday against Charlotte?

LSU: Will the Tigers finish out the season with four straight losses and send coach Les Miles down the road?

Mississippi State: Will Dak Prescott throw for another 500 yards this week against Ole Miss after doing the same to Arkansas last week?

Missouri: Will the Tigers send Gary Pinkel out a winner against Arkansas, putting a nice cherry on top of what has been a brilliant career?

Ole Miss: Will the Rebels handle a full day of football Saturday, rooting hard for Auburn to beat Alabama in the afternoon so they can beat Mississippi State at night and still win the SEC West?

South Carolina: Will the Gamecocks be able to put up any kind of fight against No. 1 Clemson and save some face after that brutal loss to The Citadel last Saturday?

Tennessee: Will the Vols end the season on a five-game winning streak with a win over Vandy and set the stage to be SEC East favorites next year?

Texas A&M: Will the Aggies feel settled with Kyle Allen at quarterback if he can finish the season strong with a big win over LSU?

Vanderbilt: Will the Commodores find a little bit of offense against Tennessee and show some hope for building something productive going forward?