Week 6 of the college football season is now behind us which means it’s time to look ahead to Week 7 of the season.

We’ve got six Southeastern Conference matchups to breakdown with the biggest contest coming Saturday night in Death Valley between Florida and LSU.

Alabama has beaten Texas A&M six years in a row after the Aggies beat the Crimson Tide back in 2012 in the classic Johnny Manziel Heisman moment game in Tuscaloosa. Texas A&M has never beaten Alabama in College Station.

Georgia has beaten South Carolina four years in a row after the Gamecocks beat the Bulldogs back in 2014 in Columbia. Georgia holds the all-time edge in this series at 51-18-2.

Florida beat LSU last season in The Swamp after the Tigers won in Baton Rouge in 2017. The last five games in this series have been a one-score game with LSU holding a 3-2 edge during that span. However, Florida holds the all-time edge in the series at 33-29-3 overall.

Mississippi State beat Tennessee back in 2012, which was the most recent matchup between the two schools. The Bulldogs have not beaten Tennessee in Neyland Stadium since 1986. The Volunteers hold the all-time edge in the series at 28-16-1.

Here’s a look at the opening lines in the SEC, which were first posted by Las Vegas-based Circa Sports:

South Carolina at Georgia (-24)

Mississippi State (-6.5) at Tennessee

Alabama (-18) at Texas A&M

UNLV at Vanderbilt (-17)

Arkansas at Kentucky (-6.5)

Florida at LSU (-13)

Ole Miss at Missouri (-8.5)