Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
Three out of five SEC ESPN writers are picking LSU as the new favorite to win the conference after three weeks of Football. The other two pick Georgia and Ole Miss.

Edward Aschoff: LSU
David Ching: LSU
Sam Khan: Ole Miss
Greg Ostendorf: Georgia
Alex Scarborough: LSU

Here is what Scarborough had to say:

We're only three weeks in and already the season has been defined by chaos. Auburn has gone full meltdown, Arkansas doesn't know which way is up, Alabama is struggling to find itself and the East is a mess with Georgia as a clear front-runner. I have a hard time buying long-term. So with all due respect to Ole Miss, give me LSU. There's something about Les Miles' program that thrives in situations like these. Something tells me they will be the best two-loss team standing when it's all said and done. And with Fournette running the football behind that big O-line, it feels like a safe pick.
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2 loss team? That is when we are at our best, right? Geaux Tigers!
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I realize it's early in the season, but what the hell does he mean by saying the Tigers will be the best two loss team standing at the end of the year? With the way he describes the rest of the SEC, who would be the two teams that would defeat LSU.
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