Here’s a look at the SEC’s biggest remaining games this season and implications each could have on division races and the College Football Playoff:

10. Georgia at Arkansas, Oct. 18 — Building off last week’s 34-0 win at Mizzou, the Bulldogs take their show on the road against to battle upset-minded Arkansas. The Razorbacks haven’t won an SEC game under Bret Bielema, but the opening line’s only 3.5 points.

9. Florida vs. Georgia, Nov. 1 — The annual division rivalry in Jacksonville’s turned up a notch considering this one’s a must-win for Will Muschamp. Another loss to the Bulldogs would be unbearable and will likely cost him his job. The winner holds an all-important tiebreaker in the East as well.

8. Ole Miss at Arkansas, Nov. 22 — Kirk Herbstreit said this week that the Razorbacks would wreck a West contender’s season. Is this the game the Rebels get caught looking ahead to the showdown against Mississippi State?

7. Alabama at LSU, Nov. 8 — Tough to fathom how this once colossal matchup is now seventh-best the rest of the way, but that’s where we are thanks to LSU’s likely 3-5 finish in league play this season. Alabama has to win in Death Valley to keep pace one game back of the West leaders.

6. Auburn at Georgia, Nov. 15 — Despite a loss at South Carolina on Sept. 13, the Bulldogs now are in control of their own destiny after beating Mizzou on the road. This game is the toughest remaining matchup of the SEC season for Georgia and eliminates one of these two programs from the Playoff race if both come in with one loss.

5. Ole Miss at LSU, Oct. 25 — If the Tigers beat Kentucky this weekend, LSU could sneak back into the Top 25 by the time these two meet in Death Valley at the end of the month. Ole Miss currently has two games left against ranked teams, both coming at home against Auburn and Mississippi State.

4. Auburn at Ole Miss, Nov. 1 — There’s margin for error the rest of the way for Gus Malzahn’s defending conference champs, but if the Rebels can beat both state of Alabama heavyweights this season, they deserve a spot in Atlanta (as does Mississippi State if the Bulldogs do the same).

3. Mississippi State at Alabama, Nov. 15 — The Bulldogs most challenging game left pre-Egg Bowl, beating Alabama would be the crowning moment for this year’s team. Mississippi State has a gigantic target on its back as the No. 1 team and the Crimson Tide’s still the class of the West.

2. Alabama at Auburn, Nov. 29 — It may not have as much as we first thought, but the Iron Bowl still has plenty of luster pitting two of the SEC’s elite. If Mississippi State and Ole Miss falter before this final weekend heavyweight bout, it could have both division title and Playoff implications.

1. Mississippi State at Ole Miss, Nov. 29 — If all goes according to plan (and that’s unlikely based on the landmine-filled remaining schedule), you’re looking at matching 11-0 teams and No. 1 vs. No. 2 in Oxford to decide the West. Interestingly enough, the loser would be in better position to reach the Playoff as a one-loss at-large since the winner would then have to travel to Atlanta and beat another quality team before the committee’s final choices are revealed.