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Best Of The SB Nation Network: July 19, 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!


- The Astros' Michael Bourn is speedy, for sure, but is he a good leadoff hitter? The Crawfish Boxes takes a look.

- What do Diamondbacks fans think of the other teams in the NL West? AZ SnakePit lays out the pros and cons.

- Jayson Werth has been terrific in his time with the Phillies, but meanwhile some myths have surfaced about the great bearded one. The Good Phight separates fact from fiction.

- Beyond The Boxscore looks at what the Washington Nationals could look like in 2013.


- Peach Tree Hoops has been tracking and updating all the free agent transactions from LeBron to Brian Cook.

- Brew Hoops was in Vegas for the Bucks final Summer League game.

- Rufus on Fire speaks out about Bobcats owner/legend Michael Jordan speaking out on LeBron.


- Blueshirt Banter breaks down Ryan Callahan's career progress.

- Bird Watchers Anonymous interviews Atlanta assistant coach John Torchetti.

- Hockey Wilderness responds to the Saku Koivu contract feedback.

College Sports

- With the rehabilitation of Ryan Mallett's foot injury extending into its fifth month, Arkansas Expats wonders if it's time to start worrying.

- Team Speed Kills is all over the reported NCAA investigation of South Carolina tight end Weslye Saunders.

- Shakin the Southland revisits Clemson's loss to Alabama in 2008, No. 5 on its list of The Worst of the 2000s.

- Maize n Brew's series on the players Michigan football fans will learn to hate in 2010 brings it to Ohio State's Terrelle Pryor.


- Acme Packing Company reacts to the reported suspension of Johnny Jolly.

- A look at the Redskins transformation to a 3-4 defense from Hogs Haven.

- Bengals first round pick from last year, Andre Smith, is on the road to recovery after a injury-plagued, disappointing first season.

- There's concern in Indy over Bob Sanders health and his future, reports Stamped Blue.