Best Of The SB Nation Network: June 22, 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!


- Bolts From The Blue examines the idea that the proposed new CBA could help keep the Chargers in San Diego.

- Mile High Report runs down the concerns the Broncos have going into 2011.

- The Patriots need some outside linebackers for their 3-4 defense, argues Pats Pulpit.

- The Phinsider collects up all the nuggets on the proposed new CBA, and tells how it affects the Dolphins.

College Sports

- Addicted To Quack rounds up the latest Will Lyles reportage and seems fatigued by questions but Burnt Orange Nation says this scandal may be unraveling like a Tressel sweater-vest. Meanwhile, Barking Carnival notes that Will Lyles has taken to the airwaves to accuse Texas of a Burnt Orange Media Conspiracy.

- Football Study Hall takes a look at detention hall after viewing some interesting mascot-on-mascot violence.

- Clearly there's something in the Stillwater, as Cowboys Ride For Free is forced to ponder just which coach has been Oklahoma State's craziest.

- Carolina March breaks down the NCAA's Notice of Allegations and finds a ray of hope in an otherwise gloomy report. This hasn't stopped Football Study Hall from doing work on a Tar Heel preseason preview, even including a lagniappe for the stat nerds.


- AZ SnakePit checks in with the Diamondbacks' ups and downs over the past week.

- Lookout Landing takes a look at Michael Pineda's different fastballs.

- Amazin' Avenue doesn't think it matters that Jose Reyes won't discuss a contract extension during the season. After all, Mike Piazza said the same thing in 1998 before signing a seven-year deal with the Mets.

- DRaysBay has an exclusive interview with Rays TV analyst Brian Anderson.


- A take on new Raptors Head Coach Dwane Casey's press conference.

- The Bobcats have a lot of needs, which way will they go on Draft night?

- Should the Kings trade for Tony Parker, even if it means absorbing a bad contract?

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