Printable bracket 2013: Final bracket now available

With Louisville winning the national championship, our printable bracket is now complete. Grab one and compare it with your pre-tournament picks for a good laugh.

The 2013 NCAA Tournament is now in the books. On Monday night, the Louisville Cardinals defeated the Michigan Wolverines to win their third national title in school history, and their first since 1986.

The end of the tournament also means that SB Nation's printable bracket is complete. For the last time this season, you can simply follow the links below to download and print out as many brackets as you'd like. For extra fun times, go distribute copies at your workplace to compare and contrast picks, as well as congratulate the lady in accounting who let her dog make the picks. Because she won. Again. It really shouldn't be a surprise anymore -- even the dog knows not to trust Georgetown at this point.

Click here for the full-color bracket from SkyDrive

Click here for the black-and-white version

A heartfelt thanks to our readers for following SB Nation's coverage of the 2013 tournament. Next stop for the college hoops world: recruiting, underclassmen jumping to the NBA Draft and embarrassing scandals. Never a dull moment in the NCAA. Stick around here for all the latest offseason news.

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