NCAA Bracket 2011: Printable Bracket Updated Ahead Of Elite Eight

The Elite Eight field is set after upsets ruled again on Thursday. Another No. 1 seed is gone, leaving just the Kansas Jayhawks to carry the top-seeded torch through the rest of the NCAA Tournament. This time, however, the No. 1 seed to fall destroyed plenty of brackets and was an overwhelming tournament favorites in many circles. Is your bracket dead yet? Have a look if you dare.

Find the latest 2011 NCAA Tournament printable bracket at SB Nation, updated with the entire Elite Eight field.

Ohio State is gone after running into a wall against the Kentucky Wildcats in a late loss, breaking many brackets in the process. The Kansas Jayhawks are the last man standing after knocking off Richmond on Friday night. And VCU? Well, the Rams are still alive after using some last-minute heroics, and an impressive inbounds pass, to take down Florida State. North Carolina is also through to the regional finals after shaking Marquette.

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.

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