Five weeks into the season and four teams remain unscathed in the Southeastern Conference. Three of those teams will be on the road next weekend as well as top 10-ranked Auburn setting the scene for what could be an upset weekend in the nation’s best football conference.

No. 1 Alabama heads to Arkansas looking to extend its win streak to 11 over the Razorbacks. The Tide won the matchup 41-9 in 2017.

No. 5 LSU defeated No. 22 Florida last season in Gainesville and makes another trip to the Swamp after hosting the Gators in back-to-back seasons. The Gators hold the all-time edge in the series 32-29-3.

No. 13 Kentucky travels to College Station to face a Texas A&M that has lost twice this season but both losses came against top 4 teams (Alabama and Clemson). These two schools have not met since the Aggies joined the SEC, having only met twice in history, and not since 1953.

No. 8 Auburn travels to Mississippi State. The Tigers have beaten the Bulldogs two years in a row.

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

LSU (-2.5) at Florida

Alabama (-35) at Arkansas

Missouri at South Carolina (-2)

UL Monroe at Ole Miss (-21)

Kentucky at Texas A&M (-6.5)

Vanderbilt at Georgia (-27)

Auburn (-3.5) at Mississippi State