Printable NCAA Bracket 2012: Kentucky And Kansas Duke It Out For National Championship

The 2012 NCAA Tournament has been whittled all the way down from 68 games to just two. It will all come to an end on Monday night in New Orleans as the Kentucky Wildcats will take on the Kansas Jayhawks in the national championship game.

Your original playoff bracket is likely in tatters by this point, but SB Nation has you covered. You can see how Kentucky and Kansas got to this point, as well as how everything else in the tournament went down with our printable 2012 NCAA Tournament bracket (PDF).

Pop over there and print out a new version for yourself and receive the immense pleasure of being able to write in the name of the national champion with your own hand.

For schedule, game times, TV Announcers, and more, head to our NCAA Tournament Schedule and Info StoryStream. Finally, if you haven't yet, head to SB Nation's Printable Bracket StoryStream to print an updated one out for yourself.


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