Best of SB Nation Network: December 29, 2009

Here is the best from the SB Nation network for Tuesday, December 29, 2009:

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Hockey

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- In advance of the upcoming Winter Classic, Broad Street Hockey says that Braydon Coburn has not been as bad as it appears.

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- St. Louis Gametime deals with the home struggles of the Blues in, uh, interesting and really funny ways.

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College Football

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- Bruins Nation celebrates the UCLA bowl win today and being over .500 for the first time in a long time.

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- Double T Nation continues to cover the Mike Leach controversy better than anyone with support from all over.

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- Dawg Sports is trying to remember that 2009 was a disappointing season because they happened to win their bowl game on Monday.

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Basketball

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- Orlando Pinstriped Post dissects the anatomy of a Dwight Howard block and how it relates to his overall game.

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Who is really in charge of the Chicago Bulls?  Can someone step forward?

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Baseball

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- Beyond the Boxscore examines the impact of Jason Bay joining the New York Mets.

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- Federal Baseball seeks answers to the Nats ills in a fellow SBN blogger at Bucs Dugout, the Pirates community.

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Football

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- Does running the ball well equate to instant success in the NFL? It doesn't appear so.

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- Daily Norseman tries to find what went wrong with the Vikes and what's next.

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Soccer

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- Daily Soccer Fix asks whether a rule in MLS is going to move the league away from parity and towards a big club versus small market model.

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College Basketball

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- New Seton Hall community Gonzo Ball thumbs through the wreckage of the loss to Syracuse.

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- Searching for Billy Edelin features an outstanding piece looking at what teams might need heading into 2010.

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