Best Of The SB Nation Network: November 8, 2010

We have 289 fantastic sports blogs in SB Nation, so in case you didn't have a chance to read them all today we've collected the best stuff right here. Get sports smart in no time fast!


- It's only Week 2 of the NBA season and Clips Nation is already looking ahead three years.

- Mavs Moneyball breaks down the Mavericks matchup with the Celtics.

- Golden State of Mind is understandably thrilled with their team's hot start as they now expect to win games which is a welcome change in the Bay Area.


- A diehard Canucks fan makes a pilgrimage to see her favorite team play for the first time.

- Pension Plan Puppets on why that Phil Kessel guy ain't so bad after all.

- Lighthouse Hockey looks at the production of each of the Islanders' even-strength line combinations.


- Amazin' Avenue has some choice philosophies from the Mets latest front office hire, Paul DePodesta.

- FishStripes reacts to Dan Uggla's rejection of the Marlins four-year contract offer.

- McCovey Chronicles remembers some things they said about the Giants this season that turned out to be way wrong.

- DRaysBay tries to find Evan Longoria's missing home runs.


- Are Falcons fans finally ready to believe they have a good team? The Falcoholic says they should with Sunday's win over the Bucs.

- QB Alex Smith and coach Mike Singletary aren't on the same page in San Fran reports Niners Nation.

- Dawgs By Nature praises the Browns after dismantling the Patriots behind the play of Peyton Hillis and Colts McCoy.

- The Jets win over the Lions wasn't pretty, but Gang Green Nation explains how they got it done.


- Could Tottenham's Giovanni dos Santos be coming to the Houston Dynamo? Dynamo Theory gives you the lowdown.

College Sports

- Track Em Tigers looks at the allegations that Urban Meyer was the source of the news last week that brought Cam Newton's recruitment into question and loves how, through it all, Newton just keeps smiling.

- LSU blog And The Valley Shook is tired of the criticism leveled at Les Miles and the Tigers and is embracing the transition from "delusional optimism" to just plain old optimism.

- With basketball getting underway, Blogging the Bracket completes its "Absurdly Early Bracketology," and Searching for Billy Edelin continues its look at the nation's 25 most intriguing teams with a profile of the Butler Bulldogs.

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