NCAA bracket 2013: March Madness bracket updated after First Four

The First Four is finished and the field of 64 teams has been set. Follow the madness with SB Nation's printable bracket.

The teaser play-in games are over and Saint Mary's, North Carolina A&T, James Madison and La Salle have all entered the 64-team battle for the NCAA Championship.

If the First Four was any indication, the NCAA Tournament is prepared to have everyone at the edges of their couches as last-second shots send teams to thrilling victories and excruciating defeats. It has only been two days, but storylines abound with James Madison picking up its first NCAA tournament win in 23 years and North Carolina A&T escaping with a one-point win after Liberty missed a lay-up at the buzzer.

The second round gets underway Thursday, with most bracket deadlines needing to be filled by tip-off of the first game between Valparaiso and Michigan State at 12:15 p.m. ET. SB Nation is making it easier on the hands and has provided a handy, printable bracket that is updated with the results of the field so you don't have to do it yourself.

SB Nation has its finger to the pulse of the NCAA Tournament, so make sure to follow all of our coverage by checking out the March Madness super group.


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