Best of the SB Nation Network: November 23, 2009

Here is the best of the SB Nation network for Monday, November 23, 2009:

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Football

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- Pats Pulpit features a first person perspective from the Patriots win over the New York Jets.

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- The Dolphins are making the charge towards the postseason after an 0-3 start, but can they finish the job?

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MMA

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- Watch Kalib Run delves into the battle of the dueling eye pokes at UFC 106.

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- Bloody Elbow examines the impact of the Tito Ortiz comeback.

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Rest in peace, boxer Francisco Rodriguez.

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College Football

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- A Sea of Blue relishes the job they did ruining Georgia's senior day.  Meanwhile Georgia is bemoaning the massive rebuilding project ahead.

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- Rocky Top Talk basks in the perfect ending to senior day.

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Hockey

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- You want prospects? The Sabres have got prospects!

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- Birds Watcher Anonymous looks at some Atlanta Thrashers' chances of making 2010 Olympic teams in Vancouver.

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Soccer

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- RSL Soapbox reflects on the Real Salt Lake MLS Championship.

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- Meanwhile Daily Soccer Fix closes the books on his trip to Seattle.

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Baseball

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- Is Jorge Posada a Hall of Famer?  Pinstripe Alley tackles the question.

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- Red Reporter takes a decidedly Sabermetric look at 2009.

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Basketball

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- Sactown Royalty examines the 2009 version of the Sacramento Kings so far.

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- Pounding the Rock organizes an evening with the Austin Toros for a good cause.

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College Basketball

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- Bucky's 5th Quarter previews the Maui Invitational Tournament.

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- Blogging the Bracket takes a whirl around the weekend action and a look at the week ahead.

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