Best Of The SB Nation Network: April 11, 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!


- With the firing of Bobby Petrino, and the suspension of Sean Payton, The Falcoholic believes a Falcons fan must rule the world ... for now

- The whistleblower in Bountygate has allegedly been exposed, and might have some of the evidence against the Saints been faked? Canal Street Chronicles catches you up

- The guys at Cat Scratch Reader love them some Steve Smith, and are thrilled about his contract extension.

- With RG3 likely coming to town, Hogs Haven asks who will be the King of D.C.?


- NBA players' comments about playing for Team USA in the Olympics are earning harsh words.

- Guess which elderly team is primed for a playoff run?

- The Houston Rockets defense is fueling their improvement.

College Sports

- Arkansas Expats has some next-day thoughts on Bobby Petrino's helicopter ride to San Clemente.

- Tomahawk Nation offers a primer on what an H-Back is and how Jimbo Fisher and Florida State may use one next season.

- Coug Center with some video of Mike Leach talking about Washington State spring practice ... and possibly other things.

- UW Dawg Pound is barking for Sark with some reviews of the Husky offense.


- Toronto FC is off to a horrible start. Waking the Red pins hopes of a turnaround on the back of Torsten Frings.

- Burgundy Wave shares the joy of watching your favorite team play on the road.

Combat Sports

- Bloody Elbow's Ben Thapa attended 1st Annual Combative Sports Medicine Symposium.

- MMA Mania's Larry Pepe lays out the case for licensing Alistair Overeem despite his failed testosterone test.

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