When UAB’s trip to College Station is one of the highlights of the upcoming weekend, you know it’s a rough upcoming schedule of games.

In fact, several of the games in the SEC for Week 12 don’t even have legitimate point spreads, as teams like Alabama (vs. Citadel) and South Carolina (vs. Chatanooga) will be facing FCS opponents come Saturday. There will be three league games on the schedule though, and they all have implications for determining the final SEC standings for the 2018 season.

South Carolina and Tennessee can each make a bowl game by winning on Saturday, while Vanderbilt can move one step closer to doing the same with a win against Ole Miss.

These initial offshore lines come courtesy of Vegas Insider and are subject to change as incoming money can alter point spreads:

Middle Tennessee State at Kentucky (-14)

UMass at Georgia (-43.5)

Rice at LSU (-43.5)

Ole Miss at Vanderbilt (-2.5)

Arkansas at Mississippi State (-19.5)

Missouri (-5) at Tennessee

Liberty at Auburn (-29)

These two games do not have opening lines at this point:

UAB at Texas A&M 

Idaho at Florida