Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
We're close to being 24 hours away from the start of the biggest weekend in the conference so far. Here's a look-in around the SEC:
Look for special teams to play a key role in the Auburn-LSU game. Auburn coach Tommy Tuberville goes so far as to say that special teams will decide the game.
Mississippi State gets good news on running back Anthony Dixon. He'll play Saturday against Georgia Tech despite missing most of this week with a groin injury.
Georgia offensive tackle Kiante Tripp will be able to play against Airzona State, but Mark Richt still isn't saying how the Bulldogs will start on the offensive line.
Spurriers are keeping the faith in their dual play-calling system. Steve Spurrier Jr. was in the booth for the Georgia game and will be there again this week.
Auburn's Tommy Tuberville does it his way on the recruiting trail. Finding hidden gems like Sen'Derrick Marks is his specialty.
Arkansas dives into the toughest stretch of games in school history, a stretch that includes four top 10 teams in four consecutive weeks.
Mark Story of the Lexington Herald-Leader takes a look at the good, the bad and the ugly with Kentucky's football team heading into the Wildcats' first bye week.
The road suits Florida's Tim Tebow just fine. The Gators' Heisman Trophy quarterback says the taunts from fans only drive him that much harder.
Alabama's running game may be the best defense against Arkansas' passing game.
Ole Miss and Vanderbilt see each other in the same way, a must-win game.