Best Of The SB Nation Network: October 4, 2011

We have 314 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!


- Bless You Boys tells the tale of under-appreciating Justin Verlander.

- Minor League Ball reviews the top fifty hitting prospects for 2011.

- South Side Sox analyzes the past decade of Kenny Williams at the helm in Chicago.

- Twinkie Town wonders if the Twins should pursue C.J. Wilson this offseason.


- Who's the best at pure scoring in the league?

- A long look at what the Bobcats can do in free agency.

- Roundup of Tuesday's mostly unproductive labor talks.

- Luol Deng joins David Bowie and others on an English city's currency.


- Does Joe Vitale's promotion seal Eric Tangradi's fate? Pensburgh asks.

- Defending Big D has a wonderful primer on advanced metrics.


- Behind The Steel Curtain isn't happy with the hit that injured James Harrison.

- Hogs Haven breaks down all of Rex Grossman's interceptions so far this season.

- The Daily Norseman has had it with Donovan McNabb and wants a change.

- Bucs Nation doesn't mind if Tampa Bay keeps winning ugly.

Combat Sports

- MMA Mania's Brian Hemminger talks to UFC 136 fighter Brian Stann.

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