Week 4 in the SEC: Here's a quick primer as we enter Week 4 (All times ET):
Georgia (1-2) at Ole Miss (1-2), 12:30 p.m., SEC Network: Georgia finally got its first win of the season and the Bulldogs looked good doing it. Granted, it was against Coastal Carolina, but Georgia got the kind of win it needed to jump-start a team that started 0-2. As for Ole Miss, the offense has struggled to move the ball, and after five turnovers, the Rebels left Nashville, Tenn., with a 30-7 loss to Vanderbilt. This feels like a must-win for both teams.
No. 14 Arkansas (3-0) at No. 3 Alabama (3-0), 3:30 p.m., CBS: This is arguably the most anticipated SEC matchup of the year so far. Arkansas brings its high-powered offense to Tuscaloosa to face one of the nation's best defenses. If Arkansas wants to really put itself into the same conversation as Alabama and LSU, it needs to win this game.
No. 15 Florida (3-0) at Kentucky (2-1), 7 p.m., ESPN: Florida is coming off a big win against rival Tennessee, and its defense looks like one of the most aggressive around. Outside of Chris Rainey, the offense is still pedestrian, but the Gators always play their best on offense against Kentucky, averaging 486.9 yards a game in the past seven matchups.
Vanderbilt (3-0) at No. 12 South Carolina (3-0), 7 p.m., ESPN 2: A Vanderbilt win would shakeup the entire SEC East. The Commodores are on fire after a blowout win against Ole Miss, while South Carolina struggled to defeat Navy in a game that saw the Gamecocks allow 274 rushing yards. South Carolina can't get away with being sloppy against Vandy on Saturday.
Florida Atlantic (0-2) at Auburn (2-1), 7 p.m., Fox Sports Network: Auburn's defense needs some major work and this is the first step to that. FAU is a very overmatched team, but if the Tigers struggle against the Owls, it could be a long season on the Plains. Those young players need to speed up the growth process.
Louisiana Tech (3-0) at Mississippi State (1-2), 7 p.m., ESPNU: Mississippi State entered the season with a load of hype surrounding it, but has lost two straight. The receiving game has struggled and running the ball against Mississippi State has looked almost easy this season. This is another confidence-boosting game for an SEC team.
No. 2 LSU (3-0) at No. 16 West Virginia (3-0), 8 p.m., ABC: LSU's defense has looked almost unbeatable this year, but the Tigers have yet another tough test early in the season. The Mountaineers are averaging 434.7 yards and 42 points per game, but they haven't faced anything like LSU's defense. It should be a fun one in Morgantown.