Best Of The SB Nation Network: July 19, 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

-- Wolverine chats with Badger to determine the orneriest rodentia in the Midwest. Next, on a very special Maize N Brew.

-- Ever wonder what Ohio State football is? Land-Grant Holy Land is going to tell you.

-- Catchin' up with the Cocks at SEC Media Days via Team Speed Kills.

-- Where does Landry Jones rank among Stoops Era QBs at Oklahoma? Crimson and Cream Machine knows. Find out.


-- A look at the good and bad from the Houston Rockets Summer League.

-- A farewell to Antawn Jamison in Haiku form from Cavs fans.

-- How transition points were key to Team USA's win over Great Britain.


-- Stampede Blue and the details on the Andrew Luck signing.

-- Bleeding Green Nation has the quotes from Michael Vick's recent media tour.

-- Another day, another report of an NFL player arrested. Turf Show Times with the story.

-- Troy Polamalu and concussions, Behind The Steel Curtain reports.


-- Baseball Nation looks at which big league pitchers are getting favorable strike calls and which ones aren't.

-- Over The Monster tries to figure out what the Red Sox' lineup will look like with Dustin Pedroia coming back.

-- Pinstripe Alley knows that Nick Swisher is a free agent after the season and kicks around some ideas for replacing or re-signing him.

-- Purple Row remembers some of the best one-year position players in Rockies history.

Combat Sports

-- Bloody Elbow presents part 2 of John Nash's series on The Martial Arts of the Batman.

-- Bloody Elbow's David Castillo asks: Can fighters train their sense of smell?

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