Half of the Final Four is set and a familiar face is back in the elite stages of the NCAA Tournament. For the second-straight year, the Butler Bulldogs are back in the Final Four after taking the road less traveled as a No. 8 seed. UConn also punched a ticket to Houston with a win over Arizona on Saturday by way of another wild finish. By now, brackets around the country are sufficiently blown to pieces as upsets have ruled the NCAA Tournament.
How's your bracket looking? You can get an updated look by checking out SB Nation's 2011 NCAA Tournament printable bracket. You'll find the two Final Four teams, as well as the path each has taken to the national semifinals.
On Sunday, the final two teams will punch their tickets to Houston, moving one step closer to the biggest prize of them all: A national championship. Kansas and surprise Elite Eight team VCU do battle in one regional final while Kentucky and North Carolina hit the court in the other. If Saturday was any indication, we can expect another wild day of college basketball.
We'll be recapping all the games, and updating the bracket, here in our Elite Eight results StoryStream. In addition, SB Nation will be live-blogging all the games, with updates all game long on its NCAA Tournament hub.