Best of the SB Nation Network: December 15, 2009

Here is the best of the SB Nation network for Tuesday, December 15, 2009:

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Baseball

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- The John Lackey signing looks like it might cause a ripple effect in Boston.

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- DRays Bay asks if Rafael Soriano can top the greatest closing season in team history?

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- True Blue LA celebrates the trade of Juan Pierre for much needed salary relief.

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College Basketball

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- Addicted to Quack says it's time to fire Ernie Kent.

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- Double T Nation is fired up about their basketball team being 9-0 and ranking in the top 20.

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- Big12Hoops ranks its all-decade team.

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Soccer

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- Landon Donovan appears to be ready to announce his transfer on Wednesday and Daily Soccer Fix asks why everything around the LA Galaxy has to be so dramatic?

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Basketball

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- Can Atlanta Hawk Al Horford create a new position in basketball?

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- Golden State of Mind is struggling to find a bright spot this early season.

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Football

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- The Browns are closing in on Mike Holmgren and pulling him into the player personnel fold.

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- The Patriots need to wake up and realize that the team should be all about the running game now.

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MMA

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- Bloody Elbow has a comprehensive Strikeforce Evolution preview up.

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- Bloody Elbow also says that Brock Lesnar will not be the only fighter to hold the UFC heavyweight title in 2010.

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College Football

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- Clone Chronicles ranks the 2009-2010 bowls.

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- Corn Nation attempts to rank the 2009 coach of the year.

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- Tomahawk Nation uses analysis to see if new head coach Jimbo Fisher should be calling his own plays.

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Hockey

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- Japers' Rink breaks down the Washington Capitals' backline statistically.

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- Fear the Fin tries to figure out why  the Sharks have struggled in early December.

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