What is your team’s win probability this week? Below is a list of every SEC team’s win probability for Week 12, according to ESPN’s Football Power Index.

Alabama (99.4%): After impressive victories over LSU and Mississippi State over the last two weeks, the Tide can exhale a bit with a visit from Charleston Southern on Saturday. The Buccaneers (9-1), who are in the FCS and the Big South Conference, are coming off a 31-24 win over Liberty last week, and their only loss of the season came at Troy on Sept. 12.

Arkansas (58.4%): With last week’s 31-14 rout of LSU, the Razorbacks have now won four straight. This Saturday, the Hogs travel to Mississippi State, which is still recovering from last week’s 31-6 loss to Alabama.

Auburn (98.4%): The Tigers, who returned to .500 with their 20-13 loss to Georgia last week, would become bowl-eligible with a home win over Idaho on Saturday. The Vandals (3-7) are coming off a 47-20 loss to Appalachian State, their third straight defeat.

Florida (98.0%): The gravy train continues for the SEC East-champion Gators, who are coming off a 10-point win at South Carolina. On Saturday, Florida plays host to Florida Atlantic (2-8), which is coming off a 24-17 loss to Middle Tennessee.

Georgia (85.3%): The Bulldogs, who won by a touchdown at Auburn last week, entertain Georgia Southern on Saturday night. The Eagles (7-2) trounced Troy 45-10 last week.

Kentucky (95.1%): The Wildcats, who are coming off a 4-point loss at Vanderbilt last week, should get their fifth victory of the season when Charlotte visits Saturday night. But after facing the 49ers (2-8) — who have dropped eight straight, including last week’s 30-27 overtime loss to Texas San Antonio — Kentucky plays host to Louisville in search of that elusive, bowl-clinching sixth victory.

Ole Miss (64.8%): The Rebels, who had a bye following their 53-52 overtime loss to Arkansas on Nov. 7, get a visit from LSU on Saturday afternoon. The Tigers are coming off their second straight loss, a 17-point home setback against the Razorbacks.

South Carolina (93.2%): The Gamecocks, who lost at Florida by 10 last week to drop their third game in a row, play host to The Citadel on Saturday. The Bulldogs (7-3) had won five straight before falling 31-23 at Chattanooga last week.

Tennessee (76.7%): The Volunteers, who ran their winning streak to three with last week’s 24-0 blanking of North Texas, visit Missouri on Saturday night. The Tigers are coming off last week’s 20-16 win over BYU.

Texas A&M (72.7%): The Aggies, who are coming off last week’s 41-17 home win over Western Carolina, travel to Vanderbilt on Saturday night. The Commodores need to win this game and next week’s visit to Tennessee to become bowl-eligible.