NCAA Tournament bracket 2013: Full printable bracket available

J. Meric

The NCAA Tournament bracket is now set. Check out our printable bracket and follow all the action here on SB Nation.

The NCAA Selection Committee has spoken. The full 68-team bracket for the NCAA tournament is officially set.

The Kentucky Wildcats and Tennessee Volunteers were both left out of the dance. Their bubbles were popped when they failed to make it to the final round of the SEC tournament. Despite having no teams from the Atlanta area in the tournament, fans can still follow the upcoming mayhem, and we are here to help.

SB Nation's Brian Floyd created a printable bracket for the entire tourney. It looks lovely, and you should go print out one or 50 for your local workplace. Click here to grab the bracket and get your March Madness picks in.

The tournament kicks off on Tuesday with the First Four matchups. The second round will begin on Thursday. SB Nation will have complete coverage of the dance all month. Check out our March Madness super hub for all the latest news, scores and views.

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