With the seeds all set after yesterday’s committee’s selection of the 68 team field. Even if you don’t agree with the seeding and feel like your team got majorly screwed, you still want to get going on your pool; and that starts with a quality, printable 2017 March Madness NCAA Tournament bracket.
Many basketball fans can find it a bit of a challenge each March to locate a quality bracket that has the teams seeded and positioned where they should be, not to mention a bracket that is usable to write in the action when it begins this Tuesday.
Look no further than Interbasket. Though there are a number of quality NCAA-focused sites out there who offer you the complete range of interactive, blank, and updated March Madness brackets to help you follow the results from the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. It doesn’t matter if you are trying to win your local office pool, or just want to have a tracker for the games, just about everyone who watches basketball each March has a need for a NCAA Tourney bracket.
We do our best to cover all the best sites providing the best brackets, but we can’t get them all (this ain’t Pokemon). If you will find some of the better sites on the Internet below to download brackets, and if you have a favorite, please share with us in the comments section of the article.
When were the 2017 NCAA Tournament Brackets Set?
The 2017 NCAA Tournament Bracket was set during the 2017 Selection Sunday Broadcast held on March 12th, 2017. The First Four matchups get started on March 14th, and the opening round of the tournament commences soon after. Although there are a number of high quality teams in the upper seeds this year (Kansas, Villanova, North Carolina, Kentucky to name a few), this year’s tournament appears to be wide open for a team to pull a “Cinderella” and make it to the championship game.
Unfortunately, for those who have enjoyed picking apart the “Presidential Bracket” the past 8+ years, President Trump will not be completing one this year. We do have a printable 2017 March Madness Bracket produced by InterBasket that you can download, share, and print as you deem fit.
Print Out 2017 March Madness Tournament Brackets
We’ve taken a look at listed some of the more popular sports Websites on the Internet for you below that publish out NCAA Tournament Brackets you can print from the comfort of your own inkjet.
As you probably know, there’s no shortage of sports websites out there so there are dozens of bracket options to choose from below. We also provide our own “print-out-able” bracket posted here as well as blank and fillable versions of the NCAA tournament field.
CBS Sports Bracket Game
CBS Sports has been the face of the NCAA Tournament for a number of years from hosting the Selection Sunday broadcast to the First Four to the Final Four. They also run their own bracket challenge called the “Bracket Game” which, as you can see from the above image, is an official NCAA game. The Bracket Game is for fans to take part in, creating a group, and filling out the bracket which can be downloaded or printed to fill in the action.
SB Nation’s NCAA Bracket for 2017
SB Nation has been around for a number of years now and has grown their presence over that time. The site is a great one to support and add to your list if you get tired of some of the personalities that you see on ESPN and some of the other sports networks.
SB Nation has always produced a great alternative to the bigger networks, and you can use their free bracket to follow all of the game action during this year’s March Madness.
ESPN NCAA Tournament Bracket
As they should, ESPN always produces a great March Madness bracket each college basketball postseason. They have both a nice, clean professional printable and on-screen formats that basketball junkies can choose from. ESPN also runs their own March Madness bracket contests though they can’t use the “March Madness” trademark to promote it due to NCAA’s money-grubbing. Speaking of which…
NCAA.com’s Division I Basketball Championship
Over the years, the NCAA has invested a lot more time and money into their online and printable March Madness brackets. They finally are of the quality that fans would expect to get from the source. You can view them on your smart phone, table, or computer, and for the people like me who like paper, print them.