NCAA Bracket 2014

Printable bracket: Final Four edition

The Final Four is set, so that means you need to grab that updated printable bracket.

The best and worst from Friday's madness

Your bracket's dead. I heard. Tom told me. Look, we all feel bad about this, but the only thing to do now is move on and try to enjoy the rest of the tournament.

Updated bracket with 32 teams remaining

Eight upsets in the second round really shook up the bracket. Need a new one to print off?

Virginia pulls away, Kentucky advances

In late night NCAA Tournament action on Friday, No. 1 seed Virginia survived a scare from Coastal Carolina, while Iowa State, Kentucky and UCLA also advanced.

Stephen F. Austin upsets VCU, Shockers move on

Friday is living up to Thursday's Madness. Stephen F. Austin's wild victory highlights the evening's games.

Kansas avoids upset; Oklahoma St. sent packing

The Jayhawks avoided a huge upset, and Marcus Smart's tournament run came to an early end. .m-sbnation-2014-march-madness { display: block; width: 100%; } .m-sbnation-2014-march-madness img { max-width: 100%; } m-s

Here's an updated look at the bracket

Arizona survives a brief scare from Weber State while Mercer stuns Duke and Stanford upsets New Mexico.

Keep the bracket updated through Friday

SB Nation is providing a printable bracket to keep the madness slightly in check.

Here's the updated bracket after Thursday's upsets

Four overtime games and four upsets have already shaken up the bracket, and we're just one day in.

Best and worst from NCAA Tournament's first day

It was one of the most memorable opening days in NCAA Tournament history, and we've got your full recap.

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