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Re-introducing SBNation's YouTube Channel

I know that I've mentioned SBNation's foray into the world of video content before, but I wanted to highlight once again the excellent work being done on SBNation's dedicated YouTube channel. Their efforts so far culminated in the video previews for each of the major prospects in this year's NFL Draft (including our own Robert Griffin III and Kendall Wright) as well as interviews with several players prior to Thursday's festivities. One regular "show" that I particularly enjoy and that is especially relevant to the world of college football is "Shutdown Fullback," which is produced by the same guys that run the blog Every Day Should Be Saturday here on SBNation. From their preview of the show:

Shutdown Fullback (College Football meets Tim & Eric -- New episodes every Friday): If you've ever wondered what it would look like to see a video version of threads on, we ll here you go. Simultaneously a college football talk show and unintentional postmodern art project, I personally guarantee Spencer Hall and Jason Kirk will make you laugh (or else they've duff'd it). Essential Viewing: Bobby Petrino Fired episode with hot blonde assistant.

There is a link across the top of this and every page on ODB (it says VIDEO) that will take you directly to the SBNation YouTube Channel. As of this moment, that channel is featuring NFL Draft Grades and Analysis for each division in the AFC and NFC. In case you are interested solely in what the SBNation guys think of the Washington Redskins pick of RG3, that link will take you to the analysis about the NFC East. Here is a corresponding link for the AFC South, where Kendall Wright went 20th overall to the Tennessee Titans.

The easiest way to get updates whenever new content is posted to the channel is to subscribe to it. Then every time a new show that you're interested in watching is posted, you'll get an email link directly to it. As always, if something comes up that I think is relevant to the ODB community, I'll make sure and post links or the video itself here, as well.