2013 printable NCAA bracket: Elite Eight matchups set

Only eight teams are left standing in the NCAA Tournament. Check out our updated printable bracket.

The 2013 NCAA Tournament continues on Saturday with the Elite Eight round. Eight teams are just one win away from a spot in the Final Four next week. Nearly every team left has a legitimate shot of winning it all, making for what should be an incredible weekend of basketball.

Syracuse, Marquette, Ohio State, and Wichita State will all be playing on Saturday for a trip to Atlanta. To help you follow along, we've updated our printable bracket. As usual, simply click on the links below to download and print out our bracket.

--Click here to get the bracket in PDF form

--Click here for a black-and-white version of the bracket

The Elite Eight officially tips off at 4:30 P.M. ET on CBS. Check out SB Nation's March Madness super group for all the latest news, scores, views and animated GIFs.

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Printable bracket for March Madness

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