Best Of The SB Nation Network: Aug. 8, 2012

We have 320 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 flat!


-- Jeff Skinner's new contract may spell trouble for Tyler Ennis, writes Die By The Blade.

-- Arctic Ice Hockey doesn't agree with The Hockey News' Eastern Conference predictions for next season.

-- Could the Flyers and Senators be trade partners? Silver Seven examines.


-- Bleeding Green Nation on the return of Andy Reid to Eagles camp.

-- Bad news for a couple of stars from the Browns. Dawgs By Nature has details.

-- Pride Of Detroit reports on the surgery for safety Louis Delmas.

College Sports

-- Coug Center says the Marquis de Leach has moved on from equipment sheds to sand pits.

-- Maize N Brew says Fitgerald Toussaint's suspension est l'éléphant dans la chambre.

-- One Foot Down counts down the 25 best players on this year's Notre Dame team.


-- CelticsBlog scores an interview with Jeff Green, who's on the comeback trail.

-- Rockets fans wanted out of mediocrity, so it's time to roll with all the team's changes.

-- A video breakdown of new Raptor Landry Fields.


-- It might seem silly to announce a significant rule change midseason, but 86 Forever observes that this is just kind of MLS's silly way.

-- Hot Time In Old Town sits down with a two-part interview with Chicago Fire President of Soccer Operations Javier Leon. Part I. Part II.

Combat Sports

-- Bloody Elbow's Jack Slack looks at how to outstrike Frankie Edgar in advance of his UFC 150 rematch with Benson Henderson.

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