Best of SB Nation Network: December 14, 2009

Here is the best of the SB Nation network for Monday, December 14, 2009:

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Hockey

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- Who should be lighting the cauldron at the opening ceremony of the 2010 Olympics?

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- Goaltending is up for grabs.  Anaheim Calling looks at the trade possibilities for the Ducks and Defending Big D says that the Stars should not trade Marty Turco.

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Football

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- The Saints may have their best season in team history, but recent games have given a cause for concern.

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- Field Gulls rips the Seahawks, saying the team is just falling apart.

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Baseball

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- Amazin Avenue charts the decline of Francisco Rodriguez, told in mind bending GRAPHS!

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- Bluebird Banter makes a case for not giving up on a season before it evens starts.

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Basketball

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- Donnie Walsh decides to forgo the D-League, instead signing someone who hasn't really been heard from for four years.

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- The Timberwolves drafted two guards in the 09 draft, yet Tyreke Evans is trumping them both.

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College Football

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- California Golden Blogs tries to make sense of uncontrollable football rage.

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- Can Big Ten expansion get Boise State out of the WAC?

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College Basketball

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- Searching for Billy Edelin asks, "Is the Pac 10 a one-bid league?

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- Bruins Nation examines how to improve the fortunes of the UCLA struggling program.

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- Casual Hoya grades out Georgetown's victory over Washington.

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Soccer

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- World Soccer Digest takes a total of two very large posts to look at the weekly world soccer action.  

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