Best Of The SB Nation Network: September 13, 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

-- Tennessee will beat the Florida Gators by three. So says Rocky Top Talk and a set of incomplete data points.

-- But Alligator Army knows that you can defy mathematics when your halfback can "Get Ghost."

-- Get out your loafers and cowboy boots, it's Ole Miss-Texas. And it's Burnt Orange Nation - Red Cup Rebellion.

-- Former Stanford great Todd Husak breaks down Stanford's prospects against USC at Rule of Tree.

Basketball

-- Diego Quezada at Hot Hot Hoops examines the potential ramifications of LeBron James' agent change.

-- J.A. Sherman of Welcome to Loud City on the reports that James Harden is seeking a maximum contract.

Baseball

-- Over The Monster reports that the Red Sox are absolutely, positively not for sale.

-- Baseball Nation ponders a possible five-way tie for the National League Wild Cards.

-- AZ SnakePit has lots of info on the Diamondbacks' 2012 attendance.

-- Royals Review breaks down Jeff Francoeur's downright abject season in Kansas City.

Combat Sports

-- Scott Christ of BadLeftHook provides an excellent and unique preview for Saturday's Julio Cesar Chaves Jr vs. Sergio Martinez HBO boxing PPV.

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