Best Of The SB Nation Network: August 4, 2011

We have 309 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!


- Puck Worlds wonders: just how good is the KHL?

- Owen Nolan is still alive and will be at Canucks camp as an invitee. Nucks Misconduct takes a look.

- Jose Theodore is just one of the many new faces on the Florida Panthers. Jose Theodore profiles him.


- The thin-skinned David Stern strikes again.

- A look back on the career and year of championship coach Rick Carlisle.

- With Assistant Coach Lawrence Frank joining the Pistons, the Celtics promote from within.

College Sports

- The Only Colors mourns the loss of a giant on and off the field. R.I.P Bubba.

- Burnt Orange Nation details some of the programming expected on the Longhorn Network and it's unlikely include a 2010 season retrospective, Cribs with Mack Brown, or Murder, She Wrote.

- Building The Dam bolsters Oregon State expectations with the news that thrilling super-mite James Rodgers has been cleared to practice.

- Roll 'Bama Roll opines that size really does matter after all. For defensive front 7s.


- Lookout Landing has a bunch of thoughts about Dustin Ackley.

- Amazin' Avenue has the last week of Mets player performance in snazzy meter form.

- Brew Crew Ball has an exclusive interview with outfielder Corey Hart.

- Federal Baseball has some quotes and notes on Stephen Strasburg, who could make a rehab start this weekend.


- As another track disappears from NASCAR's Nationwide Series schedule, Lee Montgomery of explores who to blame.

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