We’ve already seen Ole Miss win a thriller at Alabama and the Crimson Tide rebound by rolling over Georgia between the hedges. And how about Florida escaping in Knoxville when a last-second, second-chance field goal sailed a few inches outside the right upright?

With as many as 10 SEC teams ranked in the Top 25 at the same time this season, the SEC schedule is chock full of great matchups, especially now that it’s October and conference teams are battling each other on Saturdays.

So what are best games involving SEC teams remaining on the regular-season schedule? There are many prominent games to choose from — the Iron Bowl, the Egg Bowl, the Cocktail Party, the Barrel, the Third Week in October — plus non-conference, interstate rivalries in South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.

As you might expect, Thanksgiving weekend supplies a feast of top matchups of traditional rivals. But there’s a few earlier heavyweight battles mixed in to whet your appetite.

Here’s an attempt to pick the top 10:

10. Clemson at South Carolina, Nov. 28

The matchup: No. 6 in the polls with a legitimate chance at the playoffs, Clemson’s final regular-season hurdle is Steve Spurrier’s Gamecocks, who should improve as freshman Lorenzo Nunez gains experience. With Clemson QB Deshaun Watson healthy, the struggling Gamecocks defense would face a stiff challenge. Few rivalries are more heated than this one, which produced a brawl in 2004 that cost both teams bowl berths.

Sub plot: Will this be Spurrier’s last game in Columbia? The Head Ball Coach insists he’s coming back. If he doesn’t, a victory would be especially sweet.

9. Ole Miss at Mississippi State, Nov. 28

The matchup: No longer on Thanksgiving, the Egg Bowl remains the most important holiday treat in the Magnolia State. Owning a victory over Alabama, the Rebels might be playing for a berth in the SEC title game, and there’s no team that would enjoy killing those hopes more than the Bulldogs.

Sub plot: Will Dak Prescott, who came back for his senior season at Mississippi State, win his final regular-season game?

8. Texas A&M at LSU, Nov. 28

The matchup: The Aggies’ prolific passing game and improved defense takes on the Tigers’ explosive running attack and typically stingy defense under the lights in Death Valley in a game that could have SEC title game and national playoff implications.

Sub plot: Who can put more points on the scoreboard, the Aggies with the dynamic passing attack led by Kyle Allen or the Tigers with RB Leonard Fournette battering the Wrecking Crew?

7. Georgia at Georgia Tech, Nov. 28

The matchup: Tech’s option game is hard to defense. Georgia’s effort is hard to figure, though generally solid against Tech. But despite losing the game last season, Mark Richt is 12-2 against the Yellow Jackets. This could be a high-scoring ground war between Nick Chubb and the Tech running game led by QB Justin Thomas.

Sub plot: If Georgia rolls through the remainder of its SEC schedule as many expect, the Bulldogs may need a victory (with the SEC Championship Game looming) to nail down a BCS bowl berth.

6. Florida vs. Georgia, Oct. 31

The matchup: Right now, these two teams appear headed in different directions. The surging Gators just dismantled then-No. 3 Ole Miss. Favored at home over Alabama, the Bulldogs were spanked and humiliated. But a lot can change in three weeks. Will Georgia RB Nick Chubb have anywhere to run? Will Florida freshman QB Will Grier make costly mistakes? This shapes up as another low-scoring battle to be determined by turnovers.

Sub plot: Florida could seize control of the East Division. Mark Richt will face intensified heat if the Bulldogs lose.

5. Florida State at Florida, Nov. 28

The matchup: It’s hard to predict the Gators’ momentum heading into this one. So far, the Gators have been surprisingly good. The Seminoles have struggled on offense with QB Everett Golson. Florida coach Jim McElwain is playing with house money — his Gators may be loose and confident.

Sub plot: The Seminoles may have national title or BCS bowl opportunities at stake. A victory here might boost the Gators into a BCS game (if they don’t win the SEC title).

4. Texas A&M at Ole Miss, Nov. 28

The matchup: This could be the biggest offensive show of the season — in a game with national title implications. Can the Aggies’ improved defense meet the challenge of holding Ole Miss out of the end zone?

Sub plot: Which team will continue to climb in the pecking order in the rugged West Division?

3. LSU at Alabama, Nov. 7

The matchup: This game would be on this list just about every season. But this season’s matchup is particularly good with Fournette taking on the always staunch Tide defense. Can Alabama QB Jake Coker make big plays in a big game? Can LSU generate any kind of passing attack to help Fournette? Expect defense to dominate. In the last five seasons, only once has either team scored more than 21 points (Alabama in 2013) in this game.

Sub plot: The SEC West and a national playoff berth could be hanging in the balance.

2. LSU at Ole Miss, Nov. 21

The matchup: This looms as a classic between two old rivals in Oxford. An afternoon in The Grove followed (and/or preceded) by a battle of two of the conference’s elite teams. A rising Ole Miss program will challenge one of the West’s traditional powerhouses. Can Kelly and Rebels move the football. Can LSU give Fournette any help with a passing attack? The division title and major bowl berths should be in play.

Sub plot: How will the outcome effect the SEC’s national title hopes?

1. Alabama at Texas A&M, Oct. 17

The matchup: The first SEC battle between these two was an instant classic, propelling Johnny Manziel to the Heisman Trophy. Manziel was spectacular in a losing cause the next year before the Tide put a whipping on the Aggies last season. But the Aggies have another high-octane offense this season with Allen guiding the attack. Riding high and playing at home before a raucous crowd of more than 102,000, the Aggies present a major challenge for Coker and the Tide.

Sub plot: Are the Aggies tough enough at the line of scrimmage to go toe-to-toe with the Tide?