After its fourth national title in seven seasons, Alabama enters 2016 as the SEC favorite. The Crimson Tide don’t have a starting quarterback determined yet and have to travel to Baton Rouge for the annual showdown with LSU. Even if the Tide are considered prohibitive favorites, LSU has a new defensive coordinator and the scariest player in college football, Ole Miss has one of the top quarterbacks in the nation, and Tennessee has a crop of promising talent. It’ll be an interesting race. Plenty of upsets await.