Best Of The SB Nation Network: August 30, 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!


-- Litter Box Cats gets acquainted with Filip Kuba.

-- Fear The Fin examines the best and worst of Sharks contracts.

Combat Sports

-- Bloody Elbow's Anton Tabuena has more photos from Manila as the fighters prepare for this weekend's One FC card.


-- Mavs fans are looking forward to the Summer of 2014 in Dallas.

-- Are the Cavs ready to "win now" or should they trade a valuable vet for more young pieces?


-- Can Peyton Manning take Denver to the Super Bowl this year? Mile High Report talks about one prediction that says it's true.

-- Field Gulls breaks down the true mechanics of a modern quarterback, and thinks Russel Wilson might have them.

-- Stampede Blue isn't happy with the NFL using replacement refs, find out why.

College Sports

-- Tomahawk Nation predicts FSU's 2012 season so you don't have worry about watching the games.

-- Card Chronicle tells us what the Louisville-Kentucky game means.

-- Maize N Brew with the comprehensive Michigan-Alabama breakdown for Saturday's big game.

-- Black Shoe Diaries welcomes back the Penn State casual fan. Hey, anything of interest happen over the summer?

-- What should we watch when you outmatch your Week 1 opponent? Barking Carnival's beard has some ideas.


-- AZ SnakePit checks out the last week of Diamondbacks player performance to see who's hot, who's cold, and who's not even on the team anymore.

-- Camden Chat recaps the Orioles' 5-3 win over the White Sox and, in so doing, looks forward to this weekend's showdown with the first-place Yankees.

-- Bucs Dugout analyzes the hitting streaks of Pirates third baseman Pedro Alvarez.

-- Gaslamp Ball has some stories from Padres Social Media Night at PetCo Park.

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