Best Of The SB Nation Network: April 11, 2011

We have 304 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!


- The Vikings moving? Not likely if the new stadium bill is approved, says Daily Norseman.

- Bucs Nation reports that Tampa has extended GM Mark Dominik's contract for four years.

- Bleeding Green Nation is keeping track of the supply/demand of QBs, including the upcoming draft, to determine the market for Kevin Kolb.

- Hogs Haven muses on the topic of Cam Newton going overall #1 in the draft.


- Silver Screen and Roll laments the Lakers' lack of crunch time clutchness . Ironic, no?

- Mavs Moneyball examines the role Corey Brewer can play for Dallas.

- Welcome to Loud City has video AND photographic evidence that Kendrick Perkins does in fact smile.

College Sports

- Andy Hutchins (who also writes for begins his tenure as the lead blogger for Alligator Army with a post on the arrests of Florida players Erik Murphy and Cody Larson. Welcome to SEC blogging, Mr. Hutchins!

- Rule of Tree has thoughts on Stanford's spring game and Andrew Luck's domination thereof.

- A Sea of Blue suggests that Kentucky fans get used to rumors of John Calipari going to the NBA. Rival blog Rocky Top Talk asks Vol fans whether they'd prefer Calipari leave or stay and be hated.


- Pekka Rinne is incredible, and On the Forecheck is ready for him to shine in the postseason.

Five For Howling interviewed former Coyotes (and current Capitals) PR man Sergey Kocharov. 


- The New England Revolution suffered their first loss of the season on Saturday, but The Bent Musket points out that signs of trouble have been around much longer than that.

- One of SB Nation's newest blogs, Quake, Rattle and Goal, starts a new weekly feature looking at the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of the San Jose Earthquakes performance.

- The Short Fuse breaks down Arsenal's key win over Blackpool on Sunday.


- Lookout Landing explains the gambler's fallacy and how it relates to the Mariners.

- Beyond The Boxscore is back with their sabermetric power rankings.

- Roto Hardball has updates on some noteworthy injuries that could affect your fantasy team.

- Amazin' Avenue checks in with the #50 Met of all time: Bob Ojeda.

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