Vegas SEC Predictions Week 14: The Egg Bowl, The Iron Bowl, and More

1 of 10

Nov 28, 2013; Starkville, MS, USA; Mississippi State Bulldogs players hold up the egg bowl trophy after winning the game against the Mississippi Rebels at Davis Wade Stadium. Mississippi State Bulldogs defeat the Mississippi Rebels with a score of 17-10 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Spruce Derden-USA TODAY Sports

Here it is, the best weekend of SEC football. As we get to bring you our Vegas SEC Predictions on the final weekend of the regular season for this conference, the SEC Championship game is still undecided. And there are three games that will determine that.

Alabama-Auburn, Ole Miss-Mississippi State, and Missouri-Arkansas all have SEC title game implications. If Missouri wins, they win the East, but if they lose, Georgia wins the East. If Alabama loses and Mississippi State wins, the Bulldogs win the West. But if both teams lose or Alabama wins, the Tide win the West.

But the SEC Championship outlook is not the only reason this conference is giving us an incredibly exciting weekend. There are still two teams looking to make a bowl game and another two looking to get into the Top 25, adding to the depth of the conference.

More from Alabama Crimson Tide

And then, there are the ACC-SEC rivalry games. Florida-Florida State, Georgia-Georgia Tech, South Carolina-Clemson, and Kentucky-Louisville are all games worth tuning into this weekend.

The combination of rivalries, bowl game implications, Top 25 implications, conference championship implications, and College Football Playoff implications spread out over three days can only leave us with one statement: Happy Thanksgiving.

There is just too much excitement brewing in the air for this weekend for us to not be giddy, and the weekend of games is essentially a Christmas come early. While everybody begins their holiday shopping, the gifts for college football fans will be in this conference.

So with that, here are our Vegas SEC Predictions to Week 14 of the college football season.

Next: SEC Game of the Week Prediction