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NCAA bracket: Printable March Madness bracket .PDF

Here is the official and printable NCAA bracket for the NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament, also known as March Madness. Baylor beat Gonzaga to win the national championship.

The NCAA tournament is scheduled to start with the First Four on March 15 and

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NCAA bracket Printable March Madness bracket

Here is the complete schedule for the tournament, including times, links to live streams and TV networks:

First Four ‚ÄĒ Thursday, March 18
(16) Texas Southern 60, (16) Mount St. Mary's 52Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall
(11) Drake 53, (11) Wichita State 52Mackey Arena
(16) Norfolk State 54, (16) Appalachian State 53 Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall
(11) UCLA 86, (11) Michigan State 80Mackey Arena
First Round ‚ÄĒ Friday, March 19
(7) Florida 75, (10) Virginia Tech 70 (OT)Hinkle Fieldhouse
(3) Arkansas 85, (14) Colgate 68Bankers Life Fieldhouse
(1) Illinois 78, (16) Drexel 49Indiana Farmers Coliseum
(6) Texas Tech 65, (11) Utah State 53Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall
(15) Oral Roberts 75, (2) Ohio State 72 (OT)Mackey Arena
(1) Baylor 79, (16) Hartford 55Lucas Oil Stadium Unity (South)
(8) Loyola Chicago 71, (9) Georgia Tech 60Hinkle Fieldhouse
(12) Oregon State 70, (5) Tennessee 56Bankers Life Fiieldhouse
(4) Oklahoma State 69, (13) Liberty 60Indiana Farmers Coliseum
(9) Wisconsin 85, No. 8 North Carolina 62Mackey Arena
(2) Houston 87, (15) Cleveland State 56Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall
(13) North Texas 78, (4) Purdue 69 (OT)Lucas Oil Stadium Equality (North)
(10) Rutgers 60, (7) Clemson 56Bankers Life Fieldhouse
(11) Syracuse 78, (6) San Diego State 62Hinkle Fieldhouse
(3) West Virginia 84, (14) Morehead State 67Lucas Oil Stadium Unity (South)
(5) Villanova 73, (12) Winthrop 63Indiana Farmers Coliseum
First Round ‚ÄĒ Saturday, March 20
(5) Colorado 96, (12) Georgetown 73Hinkle Fieldhouse
(4) Florida State 64, (13) UNC Greensboro 54Bankers Life Fieldhouse
(3) Kansas 93, (14) Eastern Washington 84Indiana Farmers Coliseum
(8) LSU 76, (9) St. Bonaventure 61Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall
(1) Michigan 82, (16) Texas Southern 66Mackey Arena
(5) Creighton 63, (12) UC Santa Barbara 62Lucas Oil Stadium Unity (South)
(2) Alabama 68, (15) Iona 55Hinkle Fieldhouse
(6) USC 72, (11) Drake 56Bankers Life Fieldhouse
(2) Iowa 86, (15) Grand Canyon 74Indiana Farmers Coliseum
(10) Maryland 63, (7) UConn 54Mackey Arena
(13) Ohio 62, (4) Virginia 58Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall
(8) Oklahoma 72, (9) Missouri 68Lucas Oil Stadium Equality (North)
(1) Gonzaga 98, (16) Norfolk State 55Bankers Life Fieldhouse
(11) UCLA 73, (6) BYU 62Hinkle Fieldhouse
(14) Abilene Christian 53, (3) Texas 52Lucas Oil Stadium Unity (South)
Second Round ‚ÄĒ Sunday, March 21
(8) Loyola Chicago 71, (1) Illinois 58Bankers Life Fieldhouse
(1) Baylor 76, (9) Wisconsin 63Hinkle Fieldhouse
(11) Syracuse 75, (3) West Virginia 72Bankers Life Fieldhouse
(3) Arkansas 68, (6) Texas Tech 66Hinkle Fieldhouse
(2) Houston 63, (10) Rutgers 60Lucas Oil Stadium Unity (South)
(15) Oral Roberts 81, (7) Florida 78Indiana Farmers Coliseum
(5) Villanova 84, (13) North Texas 61Bankers Life Fieldhouse
(12) Oregon State 80, (4) Oklahoma State 70Hinkle Fieldhouse
Second Round ‚ÄĒ Monday, March 22
(7) Oregon 95, (2) Iowa 80Bankers Life Fieldhouse
(1) Gonzaga 87, (8) Oklahoma 71Hinkle Fieldhouse
(11) UCLA 67, (14) Abilene Christian 47Bankers Life Fieldhouse
(5) Creighton 72, (13) Ohio 58Hinkle Fieldhouse
(1) Michigan 86, (8) LSU 78Lucas Oil Stadium Unity (South)
(4) Florida State 71, (5) Colorado 53Indiana Farmers Coliseum
(2) Alabama 96, (10) Maryland 77Bankers Life Fieldhouse
(6) USC 85, No. 3 Kansas 51Hinkle Fieldhouse
Sweet 16 ‚ÄĒ Saturday, March 27
(12) Oregon State 65, No. 8 Loyola Chicago 58Bankers Life Fieldhouse
(1) Baylor 62, (5) Villanova 51Hinkle Fieldhouse
(3) Arkansas 72, (15) Oral Roberts 70Bankers Life Fieldhouse
(2) Houston 62, (11) Syracuse 46Hinkle Fieldhouse
Sweet 16 ‚ÄĒ Sunday, March 28
(1) Gonzaga 83, (5) Creighton 65Hinkle Fieldhouse
(1) Michigan 76, (4) Florida State 58Bankers Life Fieldhouse
(11) UCLA 88, (2) Alabama 78 (OT)Hinkle Fieldhouse
(6) USC 82, (7) Oregon 68Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Elite Eight ‚ÄĒ Monday, March 29
(2) Houston 67, (12) Oregon State 61Lucas Oil Stadium Equality (North)
(1) Baylor 81, (3) Arkansas 72Lucas Oil Stadium Equality (South)
Elite Eight ‚ÄĒ Tuesday, March 30
(1) Gonzaga 85, (6) USC 66Lucas Oil Stadium Equality (North)
(11) UCLA 51, (1) Michigan 49Lucas Oil Stadium Equality (South)

We tracked verifiable perfect brackets from all major bracket games throughout the entire tournament. The last perfect ones busted on Saturday. No one came within shouting distance this season of Gregg Nigl, who picked the first 49 games correctly in before his first miss.

 March Madness: Complete schedule, dates

Here are the dates, locations and tournament information for each round, including Selection Sunday:

Selection SundayMarch 13N/AN/A
First FourMarch 15 and 16Dayton, OhioUD Arena
First/SecondMarch 17 and 19Buffalo, New YorkKeyBank Center
First/SecondMarch 17 and 19Indianapolis, IndianaBankers Life Fieldhouse
First/SecondMarch 17 and 19Fort Worth, TexasDickies Arena
First/SecondMarch 17 and 19Portland, OregonModa Center
First/SecondMarch 18 and 20Greenville, South CarolinaBon Secours Wellness Arena
First/SecondMarch 18 and 20Milwaukee, WisconsinFiserv Forum
First/SecondMarch 18 and 20Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaPPG Paints Arena
First/SecondMarch 18 and 20San Diego, CaliforniaViejas Arena
Sweet 16/Elite EightMarch 24 and 26San Antonio, TexasAT&T Center
Sweet 16/Elite EightMarch 24 and 26San Francisco, CaliforniaChase Center
Sweet 16/Elite EightMarch 25 and 27Chicago, IllinoisUnited Center
Sweet 16/Elite EightMarch 25 and 27Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaWells Fargo Center
Final FourApril 2 and 4New OrleansMercedes-Benz Superdome

 NCAA Basketball Tournament Bracket

Here's a quick guide to how teams earn a spot in the NCAA tournament.

How are March Madness teams selected?

There are two ways that a team can earn a bid to the NCAA tournament. The 32 Division I conferences all receive an automatic bid (there were 31 in ), which they each award to the team that wins the postseason conference tournament. Regardless of how a team performed during the regular season, if they are eligible for postseason play and win their conference tournament, they are selected to receive a bid to the NCAA tournament. These teams are known as automatic qualifiers.

The second avenue for an invitation is an at-large bid. The selection committee (more on them in a second) convenes on Selection Sunday, after all regular season and conference tournament games are played, and decides which 36 teams (37 in ) that are not automatic qualifiers have the pedigree to earn an invitation to the tournament.

What is the March Madness selection committee?

The member NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Committee is responsible for selecting, seeding and bracketing the field for the NCAA Tournament. School and conference administrators are nominated by their conference, serve five-year terms and represent a cross-section of the Division I membership.

How do they decide which teams get an at-large bid?

There are a multitude of stats and rankings that the Selection Committee takes into account, but there is no set formula that determines whether a team receives an at-large bid or not.

What's this thing called the NCAA evaluation tool?

The NCAA Evaluation Tool, or NET, is a tool for the committee to evaluate the strength of individual teams. It replaces the RPI and was approved after months of consultation with the Division I Men’s Basketball Committee, the National Association of Basketball Coaches, top basketball analytics experts and Google Cloud Professional Services. It includes game results, strength of schedule, game location, scoring margin (capped at 10 points per game), and net offensive and defensive efficiency.

What is the importance of seeding in March Madness?

The men‚Äôs college basketball tournament is made up of 68 teams. On Selection Sunday, before any tournament game is played, those teams are ranked 1 through 68 by the Selection Committee, with the best team in college basketball ‚ÄĒ based on regular season and conference tournament performance ‚ÄĒ sitting at No. 1. Four of those teams are eliminated in the opening round of the tournament (known as the First Four), leaving us with a field of 64 for the first round.

Those 64 teams are split into four regions of 16 teams each, with each team being ranked 1 through That ranking is the team’s seed.

In order to reward better teams, first-round matchups are determined by pitting the top team in the region against the bottom team (No. 1 vs. No. 16). Then the next highest vs. the next lowest (No. 2 vs. No. 15), and so on. In theory, this means that the 1 seeds have the easiest opening matchup to win in the bracket.

What is a Cinderella?

Much like the titular character from the fairy tale, a Cinderella team is one that is much more successful than expected. Examples in March would be Villanova’s championship run, when the eighth-seeded Wildcats became the lowest seeded team to ever win the title, knocking off the heavy favorite Georgetown.

Who has won every NCAA tournament?

Thirty-six different teams have won a championship, but no team has won more than UCLA, which has 11, 10 of which came a span of 12 years from to

Previous March Madness winners

Here is the list of every men’s basketball national championship since the NCAA tournament began in

Baylor ()Scott DrewGonzagaIndianapolis, Ind.
Canceled (COVID)N/AN/AN/AAtlanta, Ga.
Virginia ()Tony Bennett (OT)Texas TechMinneapolis, Minn.
Villanova ()Jay WrightMichiganSan Antonio, Tex.
North Carolina ()Roy WilliamsGonzagaPhoenix, Ariz.
Villanova ()Jay WrightNorth CarolinaHouston, Texas
Duke ()Mike KrzyzewskiWisconsinIndianapolis, Ind.
Connecticut ()Kevin OllieKentuckyArlington, Texas
Louisville ()*Rick PitinoMichiganAtlanta, Ga.
Kentucky ()John CalipariKansasNew Orleans, La.
Connecticut ()Jim CalhounButlerHouston, Texas
Duke ()Mike KrzyzewskiButlerIndianapolis, Ind.
North Carolina ()Roy WilliamsMichigan StateDetroit, Mich.
Kansas ()Bill Self (OT)MemphisSan Antonio, Texas
Florida ()Billy DonovanOhio StateAtlanta, Ga.
Florida ()Billy DonovanUCLAIndianapolis, Ind.
North Carolina ()Roy WilliamsIllinoisSt. Louis, Mo.
Connecticut ()Jim CalhounGeorgia TechSan Antonio, Texas
Syracuse ()Jim BoeheimKansasNew Orleans, La.
Maryland ()Gary WilliamsIndianaAtlanta, Ga.
Duke ()Mike KrzyzewskiArizonaMinneapolis, Minn.
Michigan State ()Tom IzzoFloridaIndianapolis, Ind.
Connecticut ()Jim CalhounDukeSt. Petersburg, Fla.
Kentucky ()Tubby SmithUtahSan Antonio, Texas
Arizona ()Lute Olson (OT)KentuckyIndianapolis, Ind.
Kentucky ()Rick PitinoSyracuseEast Rutherford, N.J.
UCLA ()Jim HarrickArkansasSeattle, Wash.
Arkansas ()Nolan RichardsonDukeCharlotte, N.C.
North Carolina ()Dean SmithMichiganNew Orleans, La.
Duke ()Mike KrzyzewskiMichiganMinneapolis, Minn.
Duke ()Mike KrzyzewskiKansasIndianapolis, Ind.
UNLV ()Jerry TarkanianDukeDenver, Colo.
Michigan ()Steve Fisher (OT)Seton HallSeattle, Wash.
Kansas ()Larry BrownOklahomaKansas City, Mo.
Indiana ()Bob KnightSyracuseNew Orleans, La.
Louisville ()Denny CrumDukeDallas, Texas
Villanova ()Rollie MassiminoGeorgetownLexington, Ky,
Georgetown ()John ThompsonHoustonSeattle, Wash.
North Carolina State ()Jim ValvanoHoustonAlbuquerque, N.M.
North Carolina ()Dean SmithGeorgetownNew Orleans, La.
Indiana ()Bob KnightNorth CarolinaPhiladelphia, Pa.
Louisville ()Denny CrumUCLAIndianapolis, Ind.
Michigan State ()Jud HeathcoteIndiana StateSalt Lake City, Utah
Kentucky ()Joe HallDukeSt. Louis, Mo.
Marquette ()Al McGuireNorth CarolinaAtlanta, Ga.
Indiana ()Bob KnightMichiganPhiladelphia, Pa.
UCLA ()John WoodenKentuckySan Diego, Calif.
North Carolina State ()Norm SloanMarquetteGreensboro, N.C.
UCLA ()John WoodenMemphis StateSt. Louis, Mo.
UCLA ()John WoodenFlorida StateLos Angeles, Calif.
UCLA ()John WoodenVillanovaHouston, Texas
UCLA ()John WoodenJacksonvilleCollege Park, Md.
UCLA ()John WoodenPurdueLouisville, Ky.
UCLA ()John WoodenNorth CarolinaLos Angeles, Calif.
UCLA ()John WoodenDaytonLouisville, Ky.
UTEP ()Don HaskinsKentuckyCollege Park, Md.
UCLA ()John WoodenMichiganPortland, Ore.
UCLA ()John WoodenDukeKansas City, Mo.
Loyola (Ill.) ()George Ireland (OT)CincinnatiLouisville, Ky.
Cincinnati ()Ed JuckerOhio StateLouisville, Ky.
Cincinnati ()Ed Jucker (OT)Ohio StateKansas City, Mo.
Ohio State ()Fred TaylorCaliforniaDaly City, Calif.
California ()Pete NewellWest VirginiaLouisville, Ky.
Kentucky ()Adolph RuppSeattleLouisville, Ky.
North Carolina ()Frank McGuire (3OT)KansasKansas City, Mo.
San Francisco ()Phil WoolpertIowaEvanston, Ill.
San Francisco ()Phil WoolpertLaSalleKansas City, Mo.
La Salle ()Ken LoefflerBradleyKansas City, Mo.
Indiana ()Branch McCrackenKansasKansas City, Mo.
Kansas ()Phog AllenSt. John'sSeattle, Wash.
Kentucky ()Adolph RuppKansas StateMinneapolis, Minn.
CCNY ()Nat HolmanBradleyNew York, N.Y.
Kentucky ()Adolph RuppOklahoma A&MSeattle, Wash.
Kentucky ()Adolph RuppBaylorNew York, N.Y.
Holy Cross ()Doggie JulianOklahomaNew York, N.Y.
Oklahoma State ()Henry IbaNorth CarolinaNew York, N.Y.
Oklahoma State ()Henry IbaNYUNew York, N.Y.
Utah ()Vadal Peterson (OT)DartmouthNew York, N.Y.
Wyoming ()Everett SheltonGeorgetownNew York, N.Y.
Stanford ()Everett DeanDartmouthKansas City, Mo.
Wisconsin ()Bud FosterWashington StateKansas City, Mo.
Indiana ()Branch McCrackenKansasKansas City, Mo.
Oregon ()Howard HobsonOhio StateEvanston, Ill.

*Louisville’s participation in the tournament was later vacated by the Committee on Infractions.

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March Madness bracket Printable NCAA Tournament championship game schedule, date, prediction

The season is over. After an absolutely wild NCAA Tournament, there's just one team left standing as national champions. Baylor earned that honor this season after romping through the postseason and capping it off with a win over previously unbeaten Gonzaga in the national championship. It was the Bears first title in program history after making its lone appearance before this season all the way back in

After all that fun, the Bears faithful are sure to want to relive this moment for years. Luckily, we at CBS Sports have you covered for that. Our printable bracket, which updated after the field was announced all the way through the Final Four, lives on with a completed version available. Plus: If you'd like a live bracket with the teams filled in, you can find that right here. 

Below you can relive all the action over the last three weeks with game-by-game looks and the full schedule of how the tournament took place. Thanks for staying with us throughout for continuing coverage of the NCAA Tournament and we'll see you next year.

Click here to enlarge and print the blank NCAA Tournament bracket.


March Madness printable bracket: Download a free NCAA Tournament bracket PDF here

The  NCAA Tournament is finally here, and what fun is March Madness without a bracket? 

Fortunately, you've come to the right place. Sporting News has every type of college basketball fan covered with our  NCAA Tournament bracket in printable, PDF form, complete with the full field of Download it, print it, fill it out, trash talk your co-workers.

This year's tournament schedule begins with the First Four on March The Big Dance ramps up with the first and second rounds March  and concludes with the Final Four and national championship games April , all from Indiana.

In addition to the printable bracket below, you'll also find tips and tools to help you fill it out, including picks and analysis from SN's expert writers.

EXPERT BRACKET PICKS: DeCourcy (Gonzaga) | Bender (Illinois) | Fagan (Gonzaga)

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Download Sporting News' printable NCAA Tournament bracket (PDF) by clicking the image above.

MORE: Download your March Madness bracket PDF here

March Madness bracket tips from SN's experts

So you've printed a bracket. Need a hand filling it out? Sporting News' staff of college basketball experts will fill out their own brackets on Selection Sunday, sharing the method to their madness. In the meantime, here's a list of tools you can use to win your office pool.

SN's final field of 68 projections: Sporting News' Bill Bender predicts the entire March Madness bracket, including the No. 1 seeds, first four out and more.

An idiot's guide to filling out your NCAA bracket: It might seem like obvious advice, but we're here to remind you what not to do.

NET rankings : Here's what you need to know about the metric the NCAA's selection committee uses to choose the field of

Play the odds when picking Final Four, national champs: Don't get cute. Your Final Four should include a lot of chalk.

 March Madness schedule

The ¬†NCAA Tournament begins March 18 with the First Four play-in games. The first and second rounds will be held¬†from March followed by the Sweet 16 (March ) and Elite Eight (March ) a week later. This year's Final Four¬†will take place April ¬†from Indianapolis ‚ÄĒ the site of the entire tournament due to COVID considerations.¬†

First FourMarch 18
Round 1March
Round 2March
Sweet 16March
Elite EightMarch
Final FourApril 3
National championshipApril 5

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