The field is set and the NCAA Tournament kicks off in a few days. The First Four takes place on Thursday, March 18, and then the first round tips off on Friday the 19th and Saturday the 20th.
For the next handful of days, fans and non-fans will be frantically filling out brackets. Odds are pretty decent that even if you don’t regularly follow college basketball, you are going to fill out a bracket. Heck, even if you haven’t watched a minute of the 2020-2021 college basketball season, you’ll probably fill out a bracket.
There’s a host of places where you can enter a bracket contest to win prizes and glory. Some are free and some cost money, but they’re all fun!
Whatever your contest plans, you might find yourself needing to print out a bracket to start doing your homework. Most people will end up submitting their brackets online, but there’s something to be said for printing them out and using a pencil — or pen for the more daring — to fill out the many permutations of your choices.
Feel free to print out this printable version of the 2021 NCAA tournament bracket.