It's finally both the last week of the SEC season, and rivalry week. While some games rank high in terms of importance, others are simply being played for pride. Here are the week 13 match-ups in the SEC.

Thursday November 23

Ole Miss at #14 Miss St- 6:30 PM (CST)
Where you can watch: ESPN

The Egg Bowl this year holds plenty of bragging rights and importance this year. For Ole Miss, the chance to go to a bowl is on the line. For Miss St, it's the pride of defeating your rival 2 times in a row. Who will receive The Golden Egg Trophy?

Friday November 24

Missouri at Arkansas- 1:30 (CST)
Where you can watch: CBS

Missouri turned a forgetful season into a remarkable one with their turnaround. Arkansas is unable to make it to bowl so nothing but pride is on the line. Who will prevail in the Battle Line rivalry?

Saturday November 25

Florida State at Florida- 11:00 AM (CST)
Where you can watch: ESPN

Both of these teams wished for a better season. Both Florida and Florida State have hit roadblocks and both are now unable to make postseason play. With nothing but bragging rights on the line, Who will claim victory in the Sunshine Showdown?

Louisville at Kentucky- 11:00 AM (CST)
Where you can watch: SEC Network

Louisville and Kentucky have had good seasons in the own right. Both are bowl eligible, and now all that matters is beating your in-state rival. Who will claim the Governor's Cup?

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

Tennessee and Vanderbilt really want to forget their seasons. Vandy started off strong and then faltered. Tennessee was questionable throughout the year. But now, all that matters is defeating your rival, and making the State of Tennessee your team colors.

#3 Clemson at #24 South Carolina- 6:30 PM (CST)
Where you can watch: ESPN

The annual meeting of Clemson and South Carolina, also known as the Palmetto Bowl, is here. One of the marquee meetings this weekend, both the Tigers and Gamecocks have something prove. Is there an upset in the making? Or will there be no shake-ups this weekend in South Carolina?

Texas A&M at #18 LSU- 6:30 PM (CST)
Where you can watch- SEC Network

Saturday night in Death Valley, the Aggies and Tigers face off. Both teams have good records, and possess the ability to make big plays. With LSU having won the 5 previous match-ups, can A&M stop the streak?

#7 Georgia at Georgia Tech- 11:00 AM (CST)
Where you can watch: ABC

Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate overtakes the state of Georgia this weekend the Dawgs and Yellow Jackets take the field. Georgia is looking to easily handle the Jackets before the SEC Championship, while Tech wants to possibly dash any hopes of a national title run for Georgia. Who will gain the victory and bragging rights?