ESPN.com Power Rankings 2013
The Road To Arlington
The beauty of this season's chase to the national title, played in the immense surrounds of AT&T Stadium, is the depth of brand names with a chance. Louisville. Kentucky. Michigan State. Kansas. Duke. Arizona. Florida. Those are names the game needs, the ones it craves to be relevant. There are others, and plenty of candidates outside the power conferences who can/will emerge. This top 25 will change multiple times, especially the bottom half. But we're confident we've collected the top tier of schools who will dominate your bracket, fill you with intrigue and perplex you at times, wondering if they belong in the conversation for the league, conference and, yes, national title.
-- Andy Katz
Curry OK, calls fall to court scariest of career
Weather keeps Rockets' Howard, fans at arena
Bears cut McDonald after latest domestic arrest
Ducks ruin Blackhawks' rally with quick OT goal
No suspension for Horford after flagrant foul
LeBron stumps for Thompson to stay with Cavs
Ford/Pelton: Draft fits for first four NBA picks
Howard elbows Bogut in the face, isn't ejected
Rockets center Dwight Howard receives a flagrant 1 foul for elbowing Warriors center Andrew Bogut in the face during the third quarter of Game 4.d
Harden puts the Rockets up 20
Rockets guard James Harden drains a first-quarter 3-pointer to put Houston up 20 points over the Warriors in Game 4.
Colon notches his second hit of the year
Mets pitcher Bartolo Colon hits a single to lead off the fifth inning, his second hit of the season.