The Southeastern Conference announced kickoff times for week six of the college football season, but two games still remain up in the air. 

CBS Sports exercised its six-day option to decide whether to carry Alabama at Arkansas or Tennessee at Texas A&M in the 2:30 PM time slot.

That essentially means that CBS wants to see the result of the Tennessee/Georgia game on Saturday and then it will make a decision. If the Vols win, CBS will televise their game and Alabama will play at 6:00 PM on ESPN. If the Vols lose, those times will switch.

This matchup between the Tide and the Hogs looked much more intriguing before Arkansas' 21-point loss to Texas A&M on Saturday night, but there should still be SEC West ramifications when these two teams meet.

Bret Bielema has closed the gap on Nick Saban since arriving at Arkansas, but the Razorbacks still haven't defeated the Crimson Tide during the Saban era. The current eight-game winning streak is the longest in series history, and Alabama's margin of victory during that time is 26 points per game.

Here's a look at the complete list of SEC games and times for October 8.