Fillable NCAA Tournament Bracket for March Madness 2018

One of the best ways to follow the 2018 NCAA Tournament bracket is to get hold of a fillable bracket to check out the game action. With an empty bracket in hand to be filled out by your weapon of choice (pen or pencil), you can not only have your friends or co-workers populate your office pool with picks, but you can email them to each other, and make multiple iterations of your bracket as long as you have paper in the printer.

For Microsoft Office Ninjas, we have published the bracket in Excel and Word format so that you can save it out to alternative formats like PDF and other document types based on what best fills your bracketology needs.

When to Fill Out Your College Basketball Bracket?

You always have a number of options to consider with our bracket, and we will definitely help you save some time when it comes to entering teams, redoing entries, and more. No more having to simply print your bracket out a number of times, only to come back and redo your work. Let’s get started with March Madness!

March Madness really kicks off with college basketball’s Championship Week. Once all of the conference tournaments are over; however, the real fun begins with the TBS Selection Sunday broadcast at 6PM ET on March 11th, 2018 this year.

From there, the first games will be played during the First Four that is scheduled to take place on March 13th and 14th respectfully. You can’t really start filling out any March Madness bracket yet, but this is when things come into focus. Those games are traditionally played in Dayton, Ohio, and occur prior to the first round of play that gets started on March 15th. The 2018 Final Four and championship game are scheduled to take place on March 31st and April 2nd this postseason.

Filling Up the March Madness First Four Bracket

Dates Round Location Arena City State
March 13 and 14 First Four University of Dayton Arena Dayton Ohio

Populating the First and Second Round Brackets

Dates Location City State (Host)
March 15 and 17 American Airlines Center Dallas Texas (Host: Big 12 Conference)
March 15 and 17 Intrust Bank Arena Wichita Kansas (Host: Wichita State University)
March 15 and 17 Taco Bell Arena Boise Idaho (Host: Boise State University)
March 15 and 17 PPG Paints Arena Pittsburgh Pennsylvania (Host: Duquesne University)
March 16 and 18 Bridgestone Arena Nashville Tennessee (Host: Ohio Valley Conference)
March 16 and 18 Little Caesars Arena Detroit Michigan (Host: University of Detroit Mercy)
March 16 and 18 Viejas Arena San Diego California (Host: San Diego State University)
March 16 and 18 Spectrum Center Charlotte North Carolina (Host: University of North Carolina at Charlotte)

Writing in the Sweet 16 and Elite 8 Brackets

Dates Regional Arena City State (Host)
March 22 and 24 South Regional Philips Arena Atlanta Georgia (Host: Georgia Institute of Technology)
March 22 and 24 West Regional Staples Center Los Angeles California (Host: Pepperdine University)
March 23 and 25 East Regional TD Garden Boston Massachusetts (Host: Boston College)
March 23 and 25 Midwest Regional CenturyLink Center Omaha Omaha Nebraska (Host: Creighton University)

2018 March Madness Final Four and Championship Bracket

Dates Round Location City State
March 31 and April 2 Final Four and Championship Alamodome San Antonio Texas (Host: University of Texas at San Antonio)

Fillable 2018 NCAA Tournament Bracket

Really there’s no “2018” fillable bracket at this point, it’s the same empty, blank bracket as you would have on any other year. It’s just blank brackets on empty brackets on clear brackets without any pairings or teams yet. All waiting to be edited, filled and seeded.

Whether you are a long-time Interbasket fan, or this is your first time visiting our site, you have come to the right place. We have published a fillable March Madness bracket for you in Excel format and Word Doc. If you simply want a PDF version, we have a couple versions for you here . Enjoy! The Brackets are out! We have a complete 2018 March Madness bracket available for you to print out in both PDF and Excel formats so that you can better follow the game action. If you would still like to enjoy a blank printable bracket in PDF format, we have one for you here.

 

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