Do you believe in miracles? How about back-to-back miracles? Not even sure Al Michaels is willing to have that amount of faith in the chance that LSU duplicates last year’s 15-0 miracle run to the national championship, especially after the loss of 15 starters to the NFL draft and graduation, including wholesale departures at linebacker and the offensive line. If Ed Orgeron can fast-forward the development of quarterback Myles Brennan into a workable facsimile of Heisman winner Joe Burrow and manage expectations, there’s no reason the Tigers can’t make a serious charge at another SEC title. The talent is plentiful, but a challenging schedule that sends LSU on the road to Florida, Auburn and Texas A&M and brings Texas to Death Valley could short-circuit title plans.