Here are some things to watch in Week 10 of the Southeastern Conference football season:GAME OF THE WEEK: No. 1 Alabama at No. 15 LSU. The Western Division heavyweights -- as usual -- meet with a lot on the line. Alabama has won five straight in the series and is a touchdown favorite, but LSU has won three straight games and the offense has looked rejuvenated since interim coach Ed Orgeron took over the program. For Orgeron, the outcome of this game could be a big deciding factor in the schools decision to hire him on a permanent basis or look for an outside replacement.MATCHUP OF THE WEEK: Arkansas QB Austin Allen vs. Florida pass defense: Allen has thrown 18 touchdown passes to tie for the SEC lead, and he also ranks second in the conference in passer rating. The 10th-ranked Gators lead all Football Bowl Subdivision teams in pass efficiency defense and have allowed only five touchdown passes all season. Florida has one of the nations top cornerback duos in Quincy Wilson and Jalen Tabor.NUMBERS GAME: Kentuckys 4-2 SEC record means the Wildcats are just one win away from earning five league victories in a season for the first time since 1977. Kentuckys 1977 team went 6-0 in SEC play. ... LSU has outscored opponents 73-7 in the second half in three games under Orgeron. ... Alabama has won 20 straight games overall and has won its last 12 matchups with ranked teams. ... Ole Miss has lost three straight for the first time since 2013 and is seeking to avoid its first four-game skid since 2011. ... Floridas Antonio Callaway is the first Gator ever and 21st FBS player since 1996 to score a rushing, receiving, passing, punt return and kickoff return touchdown in a career.UPSET WATCH: Kentucky and Arkansas are home underdogs who have pretty good shots of winning their games outright. Kentucky is on a three-game winning streak and Georgia has lost two straight, yet the Bulldogs are two-point favorites in Lexington. Florida is favored by 5 + points over Arkansas. The Razorbacks had an extra week to prepare for this game and will be eager for redemption after an embarrassing 56-3 loss to Auburn.IMPACT PERFORMER: While Tennessee has lost three straight to fall out of the Top 25, defensive end Derek Barnett has remained as steady as ever. Barnett recorded three sacks in a 24-21 loss to South Carolina and now has nine this season. Nobody has more sacks this season, though Air Forces Ryan Watson, Boston Colleges Harold Landry and Pittsburghs Ejuan Price also have nine (LSUs Arden Key has eight sacks in seven games and leads all FBS players in sacks per game). Barnett has 29 career sacks, three shy of Reggie Whites school record.-----AP Sports Writers Steve Megargee in Knoxville, Tennessee, and David Brandt in Jackson, Mississippi, contributed to this story. Cheap Ray Ban Tech Sunglasses . -- The St. Johns IceCaps weathered a wild first period with the help of goaltender Jussi Olkinuora, before finding offensive inroads in the second. Buy Ray Ban Wayfarer .1 million pounds ($61.2 million) on Saturday, giving the beleaguered English Premier League champions a major lift. http://www.raybansunglassesoutletcheap.com/ . PETERSBURG, Fla. Cheap Ray Ban Aviator Sunglasses Online .J. -- Marshawn Lynch said Thursday it will be good to get back to football after the Seattle quiet talking running back wrapped up his final mandatory media session of Super Bowl week. Ray Ban Cats 5000 Cheap . -- The boos poured down on Tom Brady and the New England Patriots at the end of a horrible first half. The Minnesota Twins?traded right-handers?Ricky Nolasco and Alex Meyer to the Los Angeles Angels?on Monday for left-handed starter Hector Santiago and right-handed pitching prospect Alan Busenitz.The 28-year-old Santiago, an All-Star last season, was 10-4 with a 4.25 ERA in 22 starts for the Angels while making $5 million this year. He will be eligible for free agency after the 2017 season.The 33-year-old Nolasco went 15-22 with a 5.44 ERA for the Twins after signing a $49 million, four-year contract before the 2014 seasoon.ddddddddddddMeyer, 26, was acquired prior to the 2013 season from Washington for center fielder Denard Span. He was 0-1 with a 12.27 ERA in two appearances (one start) for the Twins this season.Busenitz, 25, the Angels 25th-round pick in the 2013 draft, was 0-2 with a 3.55 ERA in 24 appearances for two clubs in the Angels minor league system.The Associated Press contributed to this report. Cheap NFL Jerseys ChinaNFL Jerseys WholesaleWholesale Stitched JerseysNFL Jerseys WholesaleCheap Stitched JerseysNFL Jerseys From ChinaNFL Jerseys China ' ' '