This weekend’s games have a tough act to follow after last week’s theatrics, but there are still plenty of pivotal SEC showdowns on the slate with major playoff implications.

Every SEC team but South Carolina is in action this week, including five games pitting two SEC schools against one another. Three of those five SEC contests feature two ranked teams, so there’s sure to be more shakeup in the standings come Sunday.

Here are the can’t miss games of Week 7 in the SEC:

Auburn vs Mississippi State (Saturday on CBS — 3:30 p.m.)

It’s no secret this is the game of the day in the SEC, attracting the College GameDay and CBS broadcasting crews to Starkville to cover the madness between the Bulldogs and Tigers. Two top 3 teams will enter Davis Wade Stadium, but only one will walk out with its unbeaten record still in tact. And considering how evenly matched these two teams are, it’s a virtual toss-up as to which team it’ll be.

Both Auburn and Mississippi State love to establish the run to open up their offenses, and both teams have fast, physical defenses that have been unkind to opponents’ rushing attacks all season. Furthermore, both teams enter with dynamic dual-threat quarterbacks in Dak Prescott and Nick Marshall, who are capable of lighting up any defense in the nation, as they’ve proven throughout their careers. It will be a battle between an unstoppable force and an immovable object, and anyone who tells you they’re confident in the outcome is lying.

Get your popcorn ready, folks, because this matchup has instant classic written all over it.

Ole Miss vs Texas A&M (Saturday on ESPN — 9 p.m.)

It’s not a matchup between two top 3 teams, but this top 15 SEC West clash would be the game of the week in any other conference. On one side, the Ole Miss Rebels are riding high after beating Alabama last week on a huge national stage. On the other, Texas A&M is licking its wounds as it recovers from a humiliating loss to Mississippi State a week ago. One team will aim to avoid a post-Bama hangover, while the other is hoping to avoid back-to-back losses in the unforgiving West.

Both teams enter this game with pass-happy offenses — A&M’s by design, and Ole Miss’ as the result of a putrid rushing attack. Nevertheless, quarterbacks Kenny Hill and Bo Wallace lead the SEC in passing yards this season, and both teams are deep with athletic, big play wideouts who could put on quite a show for fans staying up late to watch this one.

The Rebels’ Landshark defense is capable of keeping up with the Aggies’ spread offense, but can A&M’s defense say the same? We’ll find out Saturday night.

Georgia vs Missouri (Saturday on CBS — 12 p.m.)

In the third and final SEC game featuring two ranked teams this weekend, Georgia and Mizzou battle in Columbia in a game many consider to be the SEC East championship. Kentucky may have something to say about that later in the year, but for now it appears the winner of this game will gain a huge leg up in the division standings.

Georgia has just one conference loss — its frustrating defeat to a South Carolina team whose chances of a division crown are all but lost. Missouri remains the only East team without a conference loss, but a non-conference loss at home to Indiana and a close call against the stumbling Gamecocks prove the Tigers are vulnerable, too. Someone has to win the East, and these teams appear to be the top two contenders, but with teams this flawed it’s tough to imagine this game living up to the brilliance the two West games above should provide.

What makes this game great is what’s at stake, not who’s playing. Georgia has a weak-armed quarterback in Hutson Mason, and its passing attack has been merely average all season. The Dawgs have Heisman hopeful Todd Gurley in their backfield, but Mizzou will counter with the best defensive end tandem in the nation in Shane Ray and Markus Golden. The Tigers have a pretty great quarterback in Maty Mauk, but they haven’t been able to protect him all year. Georgia has one of the better pass rushes in the SEC, but boast an average pass defense that Mauk is more than capable of exploiting.

Again, these teams are flawed, but considering what’s on the line, you won’t want to miss this game to begin your college football Saturday.