About This Week's Cover
Ready for March Madness? Well, it's coming... but not for a couple more weeks. Braxton Miller and Jadeveon Clowney break through this week's cover as SI gives you all of the spring football action that you need. The competitions are open and new coaches are determining their depth charts even if it is several months away from the first snap
Springing Into Action: Less than two months after a Rose Bowl victory over Wisconsin, Stanford is one of several teams that hopes to pick up where they left off in 2012. Can the Cardinal stay atop the the improving Pac-12? SI.com offers you a full roundup of college football's spring season, including Stewart Mandel's Pac-12 primer.
Extra Mustard: A League of Their Own, indeed. Director Penny Marshall's 1992 film about the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League is still the highest-grossing baseball movie of all time: Its domestic box-office pull was $107 million. Get more of the 50 Facts That You Never Knew You Wanted to Know About Your Favorite Sports Movies, at SI.com/extramustard.
SI Swimsuit: Go everywhere with Kate Upton and the 2013 Swimsuit Issue. SI's free mobile Swimsuit app is available for smartphones and tablets: It features 75 videos and more than 150 photos of your favorite Swimsuit models. Subscribe at SI.com/mobile.
College Basketball Big Board
The top 25 is constantly rotating, conference standings are unclear and the field of 68 is far from being solidified. For all your latest college basketball coverage, come to SI.com to get top analysis from Seth Davis, Luke Winn and Andy Glockner.
More College Basketball content on SI.com
Luke Winn: Gonzaga tops the latest Power Rankings
Seth Davis: Size up the best and worst in the week of college hoops in the Fast Break.
Andy Glockner: Mountain West, Atlantic 10 are the focuses of this week's Bubble Watch.
George Dohrmann: The history of the Big Head, the best way to make college players miss free throws.
Welcoming Spring Football
Some programs have already fired up their spring practices while others are on the verge of returning to the field. SI's college football experts are on the road to bring back reports from spring practices all over the country. Tune in with Andy Staples, Stewart Mandel and Ben Glicksman as they offer up the early Top 25 and conference analyses at SI.com/cfb.
More College Football content on SI.com
Andy Staples: Johnny Football needs an encore, meet the man in charge of his development.
Andy Staples: After a breakout season, UCLA's season could be better in 2013.