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LSU has been picked to finish second in the SEC West behind Alabama, according to a preseason poll of media covering SEC football.

Alabama is picked to beat Florida in the SEC Championship, according to the poll.

LSU defensive backs Derek Stingley Jr. and Jacoby Stevens were named to the All-SEC first team.

Wide receiver Terrace Marshall, linebacker Jabril Cox, and placekicker Cade York and Derek Stingley Jr. (AP) were all named to the second team.

Freshman tight end Arik Gilbert, offensive lineman Austin Deculus, defensive lineman Glen Logan, punter Glen Logan Zach Von Rosenberg, and return specialist Derek Stingley Jr. rounded out the third-team.

First place votes in ()

1. Florida (53) - 624
2. Georgia (43) - 613
3. Tennessee - 434
4. Kentucky - 405
5. South Carolina - 287
6. Missouri - 224
7. Vanderbilt - 101

1. Alabama (86) - 660
2. LSU (8) - 489
3. Auburn - 488
4. Texas A&M (2) - 454
T5. Ole Miss - 238
T5. Mississippi State - 238
7. Arkansas - 121

1. Alabama - 77
T2. Georgia - 7
T2.LSU - 7
4.Florida - 5
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Also missed by Larry was that Ed Ingram made the second team LINK
Reply8 months
Next time just post a link so you can't frick it up
Reply8 months
So they are listed by position and player... so does that mean Stingley will place kick as well? LOL!!
Reply8 months
Damn Larry, I knew Stingley was good, but I never knew he was so good that he made the 1st, 2nd and 3rd team?
Reply8 months
TD Staff Report is Larry Leo. Larry Leo is TD Staff Reporter. It all makes sense now.
Reply8 months
Christ this article is a mess. The guy has to be unpaid. Chicken wtf.
Reply8 months
How can Arik make third team without having played a down? Lol. I mean he very likely deserves it from a “potential” but come on
Reply8 months
Honestly, this is ridiculous. Anyone know how many times has a true freshman was named to an All-SEC team?
8 months
Wait - is Stingley on it three times somehow?
Reply8 months
He must be better than all 3 other options combined.
8 months
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