Are the 9--4 Seahawks a product of a soft schedule or just getting primed for a deep playoff run? • Peter King's free-agent sleepers for 2008 • Dr. Z's Forecast: the parity paradox
High School Football
Alabama coach Nick Saban is determined to mine in-state talent • Louisville Trinity wins a Kentucky-record 18th state title • Previewing the Florida Class 3A championship
Memphis is undefeated and on track for a top seed, but that hasn't stopped coach John Calipari from fretting • Will Lute Olson return to Arizona? • Things are looking up for Michigan State
UNDERPASS Indiana freshman guard Jordan Crawford dished beneath Kentucky's A.J. Stewart (15) last Saturday at Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind., as Jordan's older brother, Joe (32), looked on. Jordan won the battle of the Crawfords, scoring 20 points in his first start to lead the 15th-ranked Hoosiers to a 70--51 win. Joe had 10 points for the Wildcats.