Week 5 in the SEC has arrived. Teams still searching for answers better find them quickly if they want to make to the SEC Championship in Atlanta. Here they are, the week 5 match-ups in the SEC.

New Mexico State at Arkansas- 11:00 AM (CST)
Where you can watch: SEC Network

Arkansas is in a slump as of late. They were unable best TCU a few weeks ago, and lost to Texas A&M in overtime last week. With issues needed to be fixed, they take on a New Mexico State team, with the Razorbacks hoping to rebound.

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

Kentucky lost a heart-breaker last week against Florida. The Wildcats however are still a good team and have a fighting chance in the SEC. They look to get back on track against Eastern Michigan.

South Carolina at Texas A&M- 6:30 PM (CST)
Where you can watch: SEC Network

Texas A&M got it done in overtime against the Razorbacks. They face a Gamecock team ready to surprise the world after their close call with Louisiana Tech. Will the east or the west prevail in this conference match-up?

Troy at #25 LSU- 6:00 PM (CST)
Where you can watch: ESPNU

LSU has looked less than stellar as of late. Questions still remain about the Tigers, and their time is limited, especially in the western part of the SEC. They take on Troy, hoping to improve.

Vanderbilt at #21 Florida- 11:00 AM (CST)
Where you can watch: ESPN

Vanderbilt was picked apart by Alabama. Florida barely got by Kentucky. With both teams looking sluggish, the Commodores and Gators face off, hoping to make headway in the east.

#24 Miss St at #13 Auburn- 5:00 PM (CST)
Where you can watch: ESPN

Georgia won the battle of the Bulldogs last week, easily handling Miss St. Auburn handled Missouri with ease. Can the Bulldogs prevail? Or will the Tigers gain ground in the west?

#7 Georgia at Tennessee- 2:30 PM (CST)
Where you can watch: CBS

Georgia is looking dominant the past few games. Tennessee barely handled UMass. With issues abound for the Vols, can they overcome doubt and catch the Dawgs napping? Or is it a no contest for Georgia?