NCAA Bracket 2011: Printable Men's Field Updated After First Four Results

NCAA bracket 2012 is here.

We have our first results from the 2011 NCAA Tournament, which means we have our first updated version of the printable NCAA bracket following Tuesday night's two First Four (or "first round") games.

Get your updated printable NCAA Tournament 2011 bracket here.

Tuesday's first round scores:

UNC-Asheville defeats Arkansas-Little Rock, 81-77. The first game of the NCAA Tournament also gave us our first overtime of March Madness, with Asheville coming back from down 11 in the first half to pull out the victory. Little Rock was in control almost the entire contest, but Asheville's Matt Dickey nailed a contested three with 10 seconds left in regulation to tie the game and send it to overtime. With two of Little Rock's best players fouled out, Asheville cruised to the victory. They move on to face No. 1 Pittsburgh on Thursday at 3:10 p.m. ET on truTV.

Clemson defeats UAB, 70-52. The nightcap for the first night of the First Four was a snoozer as Clemson completely dominated UAB from start to finish. The game was a mismatch on paper -- Clemson is 21 in Kenpom ratings, while UAB is 65 -- and it showed on the court. UAB's performance certainly won't make Colorado or Virginia Tech feel better about being left out of the Tournament field. Clemson moves on to face West Virginia on Thursday at 12:15 p.m. ET on CBS.

Check out the full 2011 NCAA Tournament schedule.

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