Best Of The SB Nation Network: May 24, 2012

We have 322 fantastic sports blogs in SB Nation, so in case you didn't have a chance to read them all we've collected the best stuff right here. Get sports smart in no time fast!

College Sports

-- Tomahawk Nation makes the argument for Florida State's relevance based on the national media's excoriation of their Big 12 skirt lifting.

-- Shakin The Southland has an excellent argument for Clemson as driver of value in the ACC and an appeal to out of conference suitors that goes well beyond an indecipherable regional accent.

-- The Rock M Nation roundtable tackles expansion and addresses CBS's hardline stance that Missouri and Texas A&M add no value to the existing SEC contract.

-- Finally, Black Shoe Diaries has its own clever and informative take on expansion and the Big 10's enviable financial position.


-- The Orlando Magic are prepared to trade Dwight Howard. Or maybe not.

-- Raptors treasures on eBay!

-- Pau Gasol is the hot girl at this NBA offseason dance. Would he fit with the Sacramento Kings?


-- Big Blue view interviews defensive back Michael Coe.

-- Daily Norseman wants the Vikings to give Percy Harvin a contract extension, pronto!

-- Behind The Steel Curtain takes a look at Ben Roethlisberger fitting into the new Steelers offense.

-- Will Ryan Tannehill start in Miami? The Phinsider has the latest info.


-- Battle of California sees parallels between the 2003 Ducks and the 2012 Kings.

-- Douglas Murray's season in review via Fear The Fin.

-- Five For Howling looks back at the Phoenix Coyotes' best season ever.


-- Kenny Cooper has rebounded from a disappointing first year back in MLS to become one of the league's top strikers. The Goat Parade takes a closer look.

Combat Sports

-- Bloody Elbow hears from a professional mixed martial artist who spent a few years in prison.

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