Here is the best of the SB Nation network for Tuesday, January 19, 2010:
- In a watershed moment for new media, Big Cat Country sits down for an exclusive interview with Jaguars coach Jack del Rio.
- Chan Gailey nearly got a job last offseason, but one team thought he would be too tough a sell to the media and fans.
- Charger fans are going over their offseason plans and wondering if LT is a part of their future.
- Unfortunately, the Mario Williams and Reggie Bush debate is raging on.
- The Daily Forehand recaps day two of the Australian Open and the women's results.
Indy Car Racing
- The Tony George era ends in Indy car racing and for those uninformed about Indy racing, this would be like a commissioner resigning in football.
- Lookout Landing, on the day Felix Hernandez signs an extension, analyzes the drama of Felix's fastball.
- DRays Bay has a great post up about the unpredictability of sports and how like Socrates said, "The only thing I know is that I know nothing."
- The WWE is becoming an independent movie studio. Seriously.
- The New York Governor has backed MMA fighting in a budget proposal, so it looks like it could be coming to the state of New York.
- RSL Soapbox dives into how the global transfer window might affect Real Salt Lake.
- Bad Left Hook profiles the rise, reign and fall of Jermain Taylor.
- If you've ever wondered what the San Antonio Spurs look like as a rock band, you have to wonder no longer.
- Blueshirt Banter tells Rangers fans to ignore the trade rumors...for now.
- Silver Seven Sens says don't anoint Mike Brodeur as the next great goalie just yet.
- Team Speed Kills says that Jevan Snead made a mistake by declaring early for the NFL draft.
- Alligator Army criticizes Tim Tebow for his decision to do a Super Bowl commercial for Focus on the Family.
- Coug Center has a PAC 10 wrap of the weekend action and breaks down the conference race.
- Rock Chalk Talk breaks down the very competitive Big 12 race.