Best of the SB Nation Network: November 12, 2009

Here is the best of the SB Nation network for Thursday, November 12, 2009:

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Football

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- For Chargers fans, it hurts when you develop a system to determine the winner of your upcoming game only to find out that your team will likely lose.

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- Seahawks fans decided that a better route was to diagram the way to beat the Cardinals this week.

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Baseball

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- Is Brandon Inge going to be traded away from the Tigers?

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- What will the Yankees do about their left field dilemma?

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Hockey

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- Matchsticks and Gasoline features a love letter to Craig Conroy.

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- It doesn't appear like the New Jersey Devils will lose a game on the road this year.

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College Basketball

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- A Sea of Blue expresses what swagger is and why it matters.

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- The Rivalry Esq and Blogging the Bracket get together to preview the Big Ten season.

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College Football

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- Three Tennessee Volunteers were arrested and charged with armed robbery on Thursday.

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- Conquest Chronicles says that Pete Carroll's weak 2006 recruiting class is a big reason for the team's struggles in 2009.

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- RockMNation has weekly picks for this weekend's games.

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MMA

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- A great UFC 105 preview of Couture versus Vera from Watch Kalib Run.

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- Bloody Elbow takes a look at the business impact of UFC 105.

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Basketball

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- Spurs' fans love them some ugly wins.

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- Byron Scott is gone and Hornets fans are just thrilled with the thought of Coachmas Eve.

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Soccer

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- Sounder at Heart attempts to unearth some developmental players for next year.

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