Best Of The SB Nation Network: August 27, 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!


-- 11 ways to slice 96 minutes for the Utah Jazz.

-- Is there hope for Tyrus Thomas on the Bobcats?

-- Grizzlies fan sues Kobe Bryant ... and kind of wins.


-- The QB spot is still in question for the Cardinals. Revenge Of The Birds speculates on free-agents that could help.

-- Peyton Manning was one of the winners for the Broncos, so says Mile High Report.

-- Gang Green Nation asks: Is Mark Sanchez the Jets franchise QB?


-- Royals Review wonders if Alcides Escobar is hitting the ball harder.

-- Bless You Boys discusses position-adjusted batting statistics and explains why Delmon Young is worse than you think.

-- McCovey Chronicles engages in a calm, rational discussion about Brandon Belt. Finally!

-- Red Reporter takes another look at Mat Latos's pitching splits.


-- Silver Seven looks at the Senators blue line.

-- David Clarkson's 30 goals put him in unique company last season, writes In Lou We Trust.

-- Lighthouse Hockey would make one major change to the NHL-CHL agreement if they had the power.


-- Don't look now, but the Columbus Crew are suddenly one of the hottest and most swagger-ific teams in the league writes Massive Report.

-- Things aren't going so well in Vancouver, but 86 Forever doesn't think player attitude is the problem.

Combat Sports

-- Bloody Elbow and MMA Mania have rounded up all their coverage and analysis from this weekend's UFC on Fox: Shogun vs. Vera event.

-- Bloody Elbow's Mike Riordan has an epic three-part series on Olympic wrestlers and why MMA needs them but won't be getting any of this year's Team USA medal winners.

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