NCAA Bracket 2011: Printable Bracket Updated With Sweet 16 Winners

March Madness is back after a short layoff and Thursday night was as exciting as any. It began with close, but expected finishes, with one game going to overtime and another going right down to the wire. The late games weren't as close, but bracket busters prevailed as upsets came back-to-back to cap the night. Is your NCAA bracket still alive?

Find out with SB Nation's updated 2011 NCAA Tournament printable bracket. As it has been after every round, the bracket is updated again with half the Elite Eight teams filled in. Butler, Connecticut, Arizona and Florida all survived and advanced on the first day of the Sweet 16 to move one step closer to, and one step away from, the Final Four.

On Friday, it's four more games to fill out the rest of the bracket ahead of the weekend's Elite Eight matchups. Grab a bracket and keep track of all the updates throughout the tournament.

We'll be recapping all the games, and updating the bracket, here in our Sweet 16 results StoryStream. In addition, SB Nation will be live-blogging all the games, with updates all game long on its NCAA Tournament hub. You can find our own Sweet 16 predictions to get a final look at the bracket, as well.

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