On Saturday, 11 of the SEC’s 14 schools will take the field and play some football, with five games between SEC teams.

What will the headlines be come Monday?

Treon Harris sparks Florida’s offense again: After leading the Gators to 10 late points and a win on the road against Tennessee, Harris sat out Florida’s loss to LSU due to a sexual assault allegation that was later rescinded. Harris would have gotten a shot against LSU, and he’ll get his chance against Missouri. The Gators offense has been sputtering under Jeff Driskel, but Harris will provide the tonic they need to get a home win over Mizzou.

Alabama ground game gets rolling: Playing against two tough defenses in its last two games, Alabama’s running game has hit a wall. They’ll get right and get some of the critics off their backs after they run all over the visiting Aggies. The offensive line will be able to steamroll a defensive line that’s more equipped to rush the passer than stop the run, and Texas A&M’s back seven won’t be able to bring down T.J. Yeldon and Derrick Henry once they get going downhill.

Ole Miss pitches a shutout: The most imposing defense in the SEC will flex its muscles against Tennessee. The Volunteers don’t have the offensive line to handle the Rebels physicality, and Justin Worley will spend the entire afternoon running for his life. When (bonus prediction!) Florida State loses to Notre Dame, the Rebels will move to No. 2 in the polls, giving the state of Mississippi a 1-2 punch.

Georgia loses without Gurley, SEC East returns to turmoil: The Bulldogs managed just fine without their Heisman-worthy running back a week ago against a mediocre Missouri bunch, but they won’t have the same luck against upset-hungry Arkansas. Todd Gurley didn’t make the trip with the team to Fayetteville, and Georgia’s depleted running game won’t be able to move the ball against an underrated Razorbacks defense that smothered Alabama last week. Meanwhile, Arkansas’ own dominant running game will return to form to physically control the game, giving Bret Bielema his first SEC win. After it looked like Georgia had things under control, the SEC East once again becomes any team’s for the taking.

SEC West dominance continues: The West will win all three of its cross-divisional games against SEC East opponents, running the stronger division’s record to 29-0 against all non-SEC West foes.