2011 NCAA Printable Bracket: Last Chance To Grab A Bracket And Make Predictions

The First Four gets underway in a few hours, leaving precious few moments to grab a printable NCAA bracket and get those predictions in. The action kicks off in Dayton on Tuesday night as UNC-Asheville and Arkansas-Little Rock get the tournament started with the first of four opening round games. That game, between No. 16 seeds, is followed by Clemson and UAB, a more intriguing matchup of No. 12 seeds. Time is running short, so get those predictions in under the wire ahead of the start of the NCAA Tournament.

Head on over to SB Nation and grab the printable bracket. Get those NCAA Tournament picks in before March Madness kicks off on Tuesday. Locally, the Gonzaga Bulldogs begin their NCAA Tournament run in Denver on Thursday night while the Washington Huskies travel across the country to Charlotte, North Carolina for a Friday night matchup.

The action kicks off at 3:30 p.m. on TruTV as UNC-Asheville and Arkansas-Little Rock open the NCAA Tournament.

Need help making predictions? We've got you covered in our NCAA bracket predictions StoryStream. For more on the Huskies and Zags, visit SB Nation’s UW Dawg Pound and The Slipper Still Fits. For previews of each team’s first round games, check out our Gonzaga preview and UW preview.

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