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Best Of The SB Nation Network: July 29, 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!


- Matt Garza pitched a no-hitter for the Rays the other day, but DRaysBay explains why it might not have been the best pitching performance in team history.

- Beyond The Boxscore has their latest power rankings up, and they're new and improved!

- The Diamondbacks are the dregs of the National League West. AZ SnakePit wonders when they'll be able to compete again.

- The Braves are atop the NL East and Tim Hudson is a big reason why. Talking Chop looks at how Hudson has avoided a regression.


- Looking into the ripping of Chris Bosh via Peninsula is Mightier.

- The Dream Shake holds a lot of hate for the Utah Jazz.

- Bright Side of the Sun explores the biggest busts to come through Phoenix in the last 15 years.


- Japers' Rink looks at how a five-tool player can be found in hockey.

- A chronicle of the Islanders' strange minor league fascination with Utah, from Lighthouse Hockey.

- Puck Worlds presents this idiot's guide to European hockey.

College Sports

- Bucky's 5th Quarter breaks down the best and worst case scenarios for Wisconsin's quarterbacks in 2010.

- Corn Nation notes that Nebraska coach Bo Pelini dutifully avoided talking about the Huskers' impending move to the Big 10 and instead focused on the offensive line.

- Red Cup Rebellion dispels criticism about former Oregon Duck QB Jeremiah Masoli, who may be joining up with Ole Miss.

- Gobbler Country says a national championship for Virginia Tech is just not in the cards this season.


- Lions fans at Pride of Detroit grade the performance of owner William Clay Ford - as you might expect, the results aren't good.

- Have injuries robbed Fast Willie Parker of his 'fast'? Hogs Haven checks it out.

- Revenge Of The Birds interviews Cardinals receiver Onrea Jones.

- After retooling the roster under Bill Parcells for the past few years, are the Dolphins ready for primetime now?