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Best Of The SB Nation Network: July 13, 2010

We have nearly 250 fantastic sports blogs in SB Nation, so in case you didn't have a chance to read them all today we've collected the best stuff right here. Get sports smart in no time fast!


- Pinstripe Alley reacts to the passing of Yankees owner George Steinbrenner.

- Brew Crew Ball looks back at some of the best all-time Brewers performances in the All-Star Game.

- Athletics Nation runs down the top ten Oakland A's players in career WAR (Wins Above Replacement) with the team.

- David Ortiz won the home run derby on Monday. What does that mean for his second half? Over The Monster conjectures.


- Western College Hockey Blog takes a look at Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, which were named the hosts of the 2013 and 2014 Frozen Fours, respectively.

- A deeper look at bad boy Isles prospect Kirill Kabanov from Lighthouse Hockey.

- Defending Big D uses Corsi to analyze the Stars defensemen.

College Sports

- Alligator Army says that the goal for the Gators in 2010 is to win the SEC East to set up a legitimate run at a national championship in 2011.

- Black Shoe Diaries looks at the new 68-team format for the NCAA men's basketball tournament and concludes that it's really not that big of a change right now but could become so later.


- Why left tackle is the most important position in the NFC East - from Bleeding Green Nation.

- In honor of the MLB All-Star game, Hogs Haven predicts which Redskins will be Pro Bowlers this year.

- The Seahawks schedule pits their defense against a weak crop of interception-prone QBs, providing hope for Field Gulls readers.

- For the football junkie, Dawgs By Nature explains the Inside Zone Run play.


- Nets Daily scores an exclusive interview with New Jersey's new Russian owner, Mikhail Prokhorov.

- SLC Dunk reacts to news that the Jazz have traded for Al Jefferson.

- Blog-a-Bull ponders their JJ Redick purgatory.

- Liberty Ballers recaps their 76ers Summer League action.

Combat Sports

- How Randy Couture's 2007 return changed the course of UFC heavyweight division.