After this weekend, we’ll have completed one-fourth of college football’s regular season. Hard to believe isn’t it? There are big conference games and out-of-conference games this weekend in the SEC.

So what will the headlines be come Monday morning?

Georgia no longer invincible: It’s been nothing but love for the Georgia Bulldogs for the past two weeks leading up to this weekend’s game against South Carolina. Whether Georgia wins or not, it’ll be a close game. The Bulldogs’ defense is still a work in progress so don’t be surprised if South Carolina is able to move the ball.

Florida a contender in SEC East: Florida’s won 27 straight against the Wildcats, and should make it 28 come Saturday night. We’ll learn more about the Gators’ offense against an improved Kentucky team, but that defense is no joke. With Georgia and South Carolina tilting off in Columbia, don’t be surprised if the Gators throw its hat in the ring as a contender to win the SEC East.

Arkansas improved, but still a year away: The Hogs have a potentially season-defining game in Lubbock against Texas Tech, in a game that will likely dictate whether or not they make a bowl game in year two under Bret Bielema. This is the underrated game of the weekend, and should provide a nice measuring stick as to where the Razorbacks are in the rebuilding process.

What do we know about Alabama? So far, the Tide’s only real test has been in the opener against West Virginia. Blake Sims and Jacob Coker are still battling to win the quarterback job and Florida rolls into Tuscaloosa next weekend for the SEC opener. Expect Alabama to try to get things nailed down as they head into the grueling part of its schedule.

Kenny Hill and A&M continue to impress: The Aggies take on Rice this weekend, so expect another big outing for Hill and the A&M offense. Kevin Sumlin’s team should have easy goings of it this weekend, and again next weekend against an SMU team that is now without a head coach. Momentum should reach an apex heading into Week 5 as the Aggies open SEC play against Arkansas, likely at 4-0.