NCAA printable bracket 2013: Elite Eight field nearly set

The Sweet 16 concludes on Friday with four more games. We got our updated printable bracket with the results from Thursday's games.

The NCAA Tournament continues on Friday with the remainder of the Sweet 16 games. Four teams have already punched their ticket into the Elite Eight Thursday night, and we've updated our printable bracket with the results.

No. 9 Wichita State took care of No. 13 La Salle, and No. 2 Ohio State squeezed by No. 6 Arizona on yet another last-second shot, but those were the only games that went chalk. No. 3 Marquette dominated No. 2 Miami and No. 4 Syracuse routed No. 1 Indiana, knocking two championship favorites out in one day. It really is anyone's guess as to who will cut down the nets in April.

As always, you can click on these links and download and print out our bracket. Keep following all the tournament action at SB Nation's March Madness super group.

--Click here to get the bracket in PDF form from Skydrive

--Click here for a black-and-white printable bracket from Skydrive

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