With yet another Selection Sunday in the books, the 2013 NCAA tournament bracket is set with a field of 68 teams all vying for the ultimate prize in college basketball.
While this season has been consumed with an inordinate amount of parity between the top teams in the country, throughout the next three weeks the best of the best will finally be determined. Which is why this year's event is being discussed as one of the most anticipated NCAA tournaments in recent memory.
Although, many will have their own opinion—which is the beauty of this entire topic—on who should be ranked higher or lower and included or excluded, these rankings will be based on teams ranked inside the Top 25 in either adjusted offensive and defensive efficiency according to the Ken Pomeroy Ratings, who also possess the greatest opportunity to make the most noise due to their balance and talent level.
To give you an approximated idea of who those particular contenders could end up being with the best chance to reach the Final Four, working our way from 10 to one, these are the most complete teams in this year's tournament.
All statistics via ESPN.com