It’s rivalry week in the Southeastern Conference. With nine games on the docket, here’s a ranking of the SEC’s Week 14 games.

1. No. 14 Auburn at No. 1 Alabama: The Iron Bowl reclaims its position as the SEC’s biggest rivalry week game. Alabama enters looking to stay atop the College Football Playoff rankings. Auburn, who has played itself out of contention in recent weeks, would love to play spoiler to the Tide’s championship hopes.

2. No. 4 Mississippi State at No. 8 Ole Miss: The Egg Bowl once looked to be the biggest matchup of 2014. But with Ole Miss losing three of its last four games, the Rebels have fallen out of the SEC title picture. Like Auburn, Ole Miss could play spoiler to its biggest rival’s playoff hopes with an upset win on Saturday.

3. No. 18 Georgia Tech at No. 10 Georgia: Georgia enters Saturday’s game second to Missouri for the SEC East lead. The Bulldogs will need to defeat Georgia Tech, a feat they’ve accomplished each year since 2009. But the Yellow Jackets’ triple-option should pose a threat to the Bulldogs defense.

4. Arkansas at No. 20 Missouri: After going winless in his first 14 SEC games, Arkansas coach Bret Bielema has back-to-back wins in conference games. Missouri enters with a five-game winning streak and looks to secure its second consecutive SEC East title.

5. Florida at No. 3 Florida State: Florida ends the Will Muschamp era with a matchup against defending national champion Florida State. FSU enters with a 27-game winning streak dating back to 2012 and looks to stay in contention for the College Football Playoff.

6. LSU at Texas A&M: Both LSU and Texas A&M have fallen out of the top-25 rankings in recent weeks and enter with a 7-4 record. The Tigers have lost two straight games. The Aggies have won two of their last three games.

7. South Carolina at No. 22 Clemson: South Carolina has won the last five games in its annual matchup with Clemson. The Tigers’ last win came in 2008 during Dabo Swinney’s first season as head coach.

8. Kentucky at No. 24 Louisville: Kentucky looks secure a bowl berth with a win over its in-state rival. The Wildcats have lost five consecutive games after starting 5-1.

9. Tennessee at Vanderbilt: Tennessee is one win shy of ending its three-year bowl drought. Vanderbilt — who were eliminated from bowl eligibility in Week 11 — would love nothing more than to play spoiler to the Vols’ postseason chances.