Best of the SB Nation Network: January 4, 2010

Here is the first edition of the best of the SB Nation network for 2010:

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College Football

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Crimson and Cream Machine breaks down the Bowl records for the conferences so far.

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- Texas has landed the top wide receiver recruit.

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College Basketball

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- Blogging the Bracket has your college hoops roundup for January 4, 2010.

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- Missouri dominate Georgia and Rock M Nation breaks it down.

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Football

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- Arrowhead Pride announces that there is a new first round running back who wears Chiefs' red, continuing the legacy of backs like Priest Holmes and Larry Johnson.

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- Bill Belichick blamed the field at Reliant Stadium for Wes Welker's injury. Pats Pulpit disagrees.

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- Stampede Blue previews the upcoming Wild Card weekend.

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Basketball

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- Bullets Forever provides an epic, awesome post on the confusing personality that is Gilbert Arenas.

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- Ridiculous Upside breaks down some 65 people that you need to know from the D-League.

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- Doc Rivers has become a pediatrician with all the injuries the Celtics have.

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Baseball

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- Bleed Cubbie Blue has a dramatic plan to reshape the 2010 Cubs, including trading Carlos Zambrano.

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- Viva El Birdos maps out what is left for the Cards to do without mentioning the H-word (Holliday for the uninformed).

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- Athletics Nation brings love to the forefront with a community engagement.

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Hockey

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- Litter Box Cats reacts to the thought that David Booth might be gone for the season.

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- Is a Blackhawks fan becoming a Blues fan?

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Soccer

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- Sounder at Heart takes an in depth look at the financial impact of designated player.

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- RSL Soapbox seeks questions from the community for the club president.

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- Off the Bar and Out wonders where Freddy "The Wanderer" Adu will wind up.

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Figure Skating

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- Required Elements asks, is the international skating union out to get Yu-na Kim?

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