April 03, 2013

About this week's cover

Louisville's Kevin Ware suffered arguably the most gruesome injury in the history of televised sports, but he was able to tell his mother "Calm down, Mom. I'm OK." Now, the Cardinals look to conclude their impressive tournament run with a national championship and deliver Ware the victory that Rick Pitino feels his sophomore deserves.

SI Digital

Four The Hard Way

Be Honest: You didn't see this coming. Maybe you had Russ Smith and No. 1 seed Louisville in your Final Four. But Ron Baker and No. 9 seed Wichita State? We're going to need to see the proof. Now that the Final Four is settled, SI.com has answers to all of your questions. Will Trey Burke lead Michigan to its first national championship game in 20 years? Will Michael Carter-Williams take Syracuse to a Big East showdown with Louisville for the national title? Get all the Final Four coverage you need at SI.com/cbb.

SI Video

On SI.com's Road to Atlanta, host Maggie Gray sits down with a panel of college hoops experts to break down the Final Four matchups and predict which team will be the last one to dance at SI.com/video.

SI Photos

SI.com's gallery of the Top 10 Most Unlikely Final Four Teams includes the George Mason Patriots, who in 2006 became just the second double-digit seed (11) to play on the final weekend of March Madness. See more March Madness galleries at SI.com/photo.

Inside SI Podcast

Mr. T talks to Richard Deitsch about high school wrestling as well as his experiences in Wrestlemania and working as Muhammad Ali's bodyguard.

Final Four

Get all your Final Four video content at SI.com/video and check out the Road to Atlanta for each of this year's teams and a Fast Break preview of each matchup.

More College Basketball Video content on SI.com

Road to Atlanta: Michigan Wolverines

Road to Atlanta: Syracuse Orange

Road to Atlanta:Louisville Cardinals

Road to Atlanta: Wichita State Shockers

Big Board

The top NBA draft prospects have changed throughout the year, and Chris Mannix is here to clear things up. Read Mannix's profile of potential No. 1 pick Nerlens Noel, who tore his ACL earlier this year and has a long rehab ahead of him.

Big Men

This year's NFL Draft features some highly touted linemen, but are they all guaranteed to be successful? Austin Murphy discusses just how big is too big.

More NFL content on SI.com

GALLERY: The biggest bodies in NFL history

Don Banks: Mock Draft 4.0

Chris Burke: Safe or surprise?

Chris Burke: Big Board

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