2011 NCAA Bracket: Printable Bracket Updated After First Four Games

The NCAA Tournament officially kicked off on Tuesday as two of the First Four games got underway in Dayton, Ohio. UNC-Asheville needed overtime, but was able to get by Arkansas-Little Rock for the right to face Pittsburgh in the “second round.” Clemson also easily handled UAB in the second game of the night, moving forward as a No. 12 seed. With those games out of the way, we have our first NCAA Tournament bracket movement, and the 2011 NCAA Printable Bracket has been updated accordingly.

As the NCAA Tournament winds on, the printable bracket will be updated, giving us a nice, easy way to track changes in the bracket. With most bracket contests ignoring the first four games, you still have plenty of time to get those last-minute predictions in ahead of the second round games on Thursday. Grab a bracket, make those picks and earn bragging rights over your friends.

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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