Best Of The SB Nation Network: March 19, 2012

We have 320 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!


- Fish Stripes previews Mark Buehrle's first season with the Miami Marlins.

- Baseball Nation has the latest on Chase Utley's degenerative knee condition.

- Amazin' Avenue explains what today's settlement ruling in the Bernie Madoff clawback lawsuit means for the Mets.

- Beyond The Boxscore recaps last week's SABR Analytics Conference in Arizona.


- Under Mike Woodson's offense, Jeremy Lin is playing more off the ball.

- What really makes for a bad 'gunner' night for Kobe Bryant.

- A farewell to Greg Oden


- Mile High Report on the signing of Peyton Manning, and what it means for Tim Tebow.

- Did 'Super Bowl or Bust' pressure in San Fran sway Manning's decision? Niners Nation checks it out.

- Field Gulls examines what the signing of Matt Flynn means to the Seahawks.

- The Patriots were busy in free agency on Monday. Pats Pulpit has the details.

Combat Sports

- Bloody Elbow's Fraser Coffeen looks at the front kick as practiced by Josh Thomson, Lyoto Machida and Anderson Silva.

- Bloody Elbow's Tom Grant looks back at the Gracie Challenge in California, the precursor to the UFC.

- MMA Mania's got video highlights from the World Judo Masters and Paris Grand Slams.

- MMA Mania recaps the 2012 NCAA wrestling championships.

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