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2015 printable NCAA bracket (PDF): Print and fill out your March Madness bracket

Print out your bracket and make your picks before the second round begins on Thursday.

SB Nation 2015 March Madness Bracket

Here's our printable NCAA bracket PDF.

Time is running out to make your picks in the 2015 NCAA Tournament, with the tournament's first two games playing out on Tuesday night in Dayton, Ohio, as part of the First Four. The First Four features two matchups between No. 16 seeds, as well as two No. 11 seed matchups to kick off March Madness on Tuesday and Wednesday.

No. 16 seeds Manhattan and Hampton will play the first game, set to tip at 6:40 p.m. ET, for the right to take on No. 1 overall Kentucky on Thursday. Manhattan received an automatic bid for the second season in a row by outlasting heavily favored Iona in the MAAC championship game. Manhattan was a No. 13 seed last year and gave fourth-seeded Louisville a scare before eventually falling 71-64 in the round of 64.

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Hampton finished under .500 (16-17) in the MEAC but defeated Delaware State in the conference title game to reach the NCAA Tournament for the first since 2011.

After the Jaspers and Pirates battle, at-large selections and 11 seeds BYU and Ole Miss will play, with the winner getting No. 6 Xavier, also on Thursday. That game will start about 30 minutes after the conclusion of Manhattan and Hampton.

BYU has a pair of stars in Tyler Haws and Kyle Collinsworth. Collinsworth recorded six triple-double this season, tying Shaquille O'Neal NCAA' career record for triple-doubles in just one season. The Cougars gave Gonzaga only its second loss of the season on Feb. 28, but lost the 'Zags in the conference title game of the WCC. Ole Miss is led by guard Stefon Moody and finished 20-12 in the SEC.

The First Four will continue on Wednesday with two more games. The tournament really picks up with a 16-game slate on Thursday, followed by another 16 games on Friday.

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