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NCAA Bracket 2011 Predictions: Last Chance To Round Up Bracket Picks

So you've procrastinated and are scrambling to make last-minute bracket picks ahead of the NCAA Tournament. With brackets due at 9 a.m. on Thursday, just before the start of the first game of the day, there's still time to get picks in. Whether you've waited for any last-minute injury news or just plain forgot, time is short to get those NCAA bracket predictions in. Never fear, though, we're here to help.

We've taken a spin around the web so you don't have to in an effort to round up bracket predictions from all over. All week, we've been compiling predictions, including our own, in our NCAA bracket predictions StoryStream. Wander through the StoryStream and check out all the updates, compiled in a neat and tidy format. For quick reference, here are the EastWestSoutheastSouthwest regions and Final Four picksDick Vitale's bracketJay Bilas' bracket and Barack Obama's bracket can also be found in the StoryStream.

Over at SB Nation, bracketology expert Chris Dobbertean has also picked every March Madness game in the NCAA Tournament predictions StoryStream. There's also a look at how No. 16 through No. 9 seeds perform historically in the tournament, followed by how No. 8 through No. 1 seeds perform. You can also find favorites, sleepers and picks for the WestSouthwest and Southeast regions.

At ESPN, you can check out some of the "expert's" picks, as well. What does Bill Simmons' bracket look like? Or how about ESPN fantasy guru Matthew Berry? The world wants to know what Michelle Beadle thinks, as well. You can find more at ESPN's March Madness bracket central.

So be sure to grab a printable bracket and get to work ahead of the Thursday's NCAA Tournament games. Time is running out to get those picks in, so make it happen fast. Check back with our NCAA bracket predictions StoryStream for the latest leading up to the games on Thursday.