We’ve hit our upset alert three consecutive weeks with Mississippi State’s win at LSU, Mizzou’s furious comeback at South Carolina and Mississippi’s win over Alabama. There’s one tilt on Saturday’s docket, though not likely, that could swing a bottom dweller into the contender realm:

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ALABAMA at ARKANSAS 6 p.m. ET, ESPN — Don’t think for a minute the Crimson Tide’s going to run away from the Razorbacks like they’ve done each of the past two seasons. Arkansas hasn’t scored on Alabama in 13 quarters, its last touchdown coming Tyler Wilson’s 19-yard completion to Cobi Hamilton during a 38-14 loss at Bryant-Denny in 2011. They’re two totally different teams now, the Razorbacks (3-2) on the up with a dominant run game under Bret Bielema and Alabama (4-1) hoping to rebound from its earliest season loss since 2007 last week at Ole Miss. This matchup is probably the least likeliest of upsets in Week 7, but that’s exactly why we’re putting Nick Saban’s team on alert. Most expect Alabama to win by a couple touchdowns, as do the players. It’ll be closer than that. Paul Finebaum said Friday that Alabama fans would go nuts Monday morning if the Crimson Tide’s 4-2 overall. He’s right.