NCAA Bracket 2012: Final Four Set For New Orleans

The Final Four of the 2012 NCAA Tournament is set following Sunday's action, with Kentucky, Louisville, Ohio State and Kansas the only teams remaining out of the original field of 68 teams. Check out SB Nation's updated printable 2012 NCAA Tournament bracket (PDF) to see how they got there.

Only three games remain, with the two semifinals tipping off on Saturday, March 31. The 4-seed Louisville Cardinals will take on the No. 1 overall seed Kentucky Wildcats in the second round this season of what is arguably college basketball's most heated rivalry. The Ohio State Buckeyes and the Kansas Jayhawks took out 1-seeds over the weekend, pitting the two teams against one another for Saturday's second game of the night.

Whoever wins will move on to the 2012 NCAA Tournament Championship Game set to tip off the following Monday night.

For more on the 2012 NCAA Tournament bracket, poke around SB Nation's NCAA Tournament hub for tons of analysis on the Final Four in New Orleans.

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