What we learned in the SEC: Week 2

3. LSU quarterback concerns: The bottom line for LSU is that the Tigers are 2-0 and play their next three games at home before going to Florida. They’re a talented bunch that hasn’t come close to playing its best football. But for this team to make a legitimate run in the Western Division race, junior quarterback Jordan Jefferson can’t continue to take one step forward and another step backward. He still has time to get it going. But to this point, there simply hasn’t been enough consistency on offense with Jefferson under center, and LSU coach Les Miles sounds like he’s growing antsy. Following the 27-3 win over Vanderbilt, Miles said, “We’re going to continue to evaluate our quarterback situation, and frankly, we’re going to expect more out of the position — period.” In other words, don’t be surprised if you see Jarrett Lee get a shot in these next few games.