As we inch closer and closer to postseason play, there are some important games to be played in the SEC. While some teams are still in contention for a division title, others are just trying to become bowl-eligible. With all that said, here are the week 10 match-ups in the SEC.

Louisiana at Ole Miss- 11:00 AM (CST)
Where you can watch: ESPN

After both a close loss and a close win, the Rebels return home to Oxford. Currently sitting at 4-5, the Rebels have to win just 2 games for bowl eligibility. They hope to best the Ragin' Cajuns this weekend.

Florida at South Carolina- 11:00 AM (CST)
Where you can watch: CBS

Florida has been steadily declining in recent weeks. South Carolina has looked rather impressive in the east. Can Florida get back on track, or will South Carolina continue to look great for prospective bowl selections?

Kentucky at Vanderbilt- 3:00 PM (CST)
Where you can watch: SEC Network

Kentucky lost in a close one with Ole Miss. Meanwhile Vanderbilt finally stopped their loss skid with a win over Western Kentucky. Kentucky is already bowl eligible, while Vandy is trying to get there. Who will make headway and get the win?

New Mexico at Texas A&M- 6:00 PM (CST)
Where you can watch: ESPNU

Texas A&M was unable to get it done against Auburn at home. Sitting at 5-4, A&M isn't in danger of missing a bowl, but it is possible. They look to make it to postseason play with a win over New Mexico.

Tennessee at Missouri- 6:30 PM (CST)
Where you can watch: SEC Network

Both of these teams wished to have better season. But both the Vols and Tigers are sitting at 4-5 and in danger of missing postseason play. Who will escape with with a win in Columbia?

Arkansas at #24 LSU- 11:00 AM (CST)
Where you can watch: ESPN

While LSU lost last week at Alabama, they still looked like at revitalized Tiger team. That might not bode well for an Arkansas team that barely defeated Coastal Carolina. Who will emerge from Death Valley with a win?

#1 Georgia at #10 Auburn- 2:30 PM (CST)
Where you can watch: CBS

The star match-up this weekend, Georgia travels to Auburn for a huge SEC game. If Georgia wins, Alabama will be in prime position to win the west. If Auburn wins, if could cause a winner-take-all Iron Bowl. What will happen in a game with huge SEC implications?