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Today, take a look at 10 interesting tidbits about Week 5 of the SEC schedule:

  1. This week will feature three conference games between ranked SEC teams (Alabama at Georgia, Mississippi State at Texas A&M and Ole Miss at Florida), which is the most in one week for the league thus far in 2015.
  2. There are four teams (Auburn, Kentucky, LSU and Vanderbilt) playing non-conference games this week. The combined record against those opponents is 16-3, with LSU as the only team playing an opponent it has never played before (Eastern Michigan).
  3. Alabama will make its first visit to Athens, Ga. since 2008. The Crimson Tide beat Georgia 41-30 there that day. The last meeting between the two teams was at the 2012 SEC Championship, which was also won by Alabama.
  4. Though the two schools have not played in the last 10 years, Vanderbilt has lost its last three games with Middle Tennessee, including losses in 2001, 2002 and 2005.
  5. This will be the first meeting between Ole Miss and Florida since the infamous Rebels win at The Swamp in 2008, which inspired a post-game speech from Tim Tebow promising that we would never see a team play harder. The Gators went on to win the national championship.
  6. South Carolina won the only meeting at Faurot Field between the Gamecocks and Missouri in 2013. However, the Tigers hold a 3-2 lead in the all-time series, which includes a pair of bowl games played prior to Missouri joining the league in 2012.
  7. Mississippi State and Texas A&M have combined for 171 points during the last two games between the programs. That’s a lot of touchdowns, guys.
  8. Saturday will mark just the eighth trip to Neyland Stadium for Arkansas, and the first since 2007. The Razorbacks have not beaten Tennessee there since 1992.
  9. Auburn played its first game against San Jose State last season, winning 59-13. Entering this meeting on a two-game losing streak, Tigers fans will hope for similar success in 2015.
  10. Though the campuses are approximately 25 miles apart, Saturday’s game will mark just the fourth meeting between Kentucky and Eastern Kentucky. The Wildcats are 3-0 in the previous three.