NCAA Tournament Bracket PDF: Printable, Blank, and Fillable

Are you ready for Selection Sunday which is the official beginning of March Madness 2018? That’s when the tournament seedings and pairings are released and the final field of 68 in the bracket fills in all the blank brackets.

You will want to get your printable NCAA Tournament bracket for 2018 here to enjoy the game action.  Whether you want to follow the action and fill out the bracket while watching the show, or wait until we update it after the released, we have you covered here at Interbasket.

2018 Men’s Basketball March Madness Bracket

There will also be a number of online contests that you can consider participating in to win prizes and cash like on CBS Sports and ESPN. No matter what, this is one of the best times of the year for college basketball fans, and the 2018 edition of March Madness proves to be one of the more exciting in recent memory. Let’s get ready for some basketball.

Once Championship Week is done, all of the automatic bids to the NCAA Tournament will be set. The NCAA will be releasing the tournament schedule a little different this year with all 68 teams being announced first, and then the schedule. The release will be shown at 6PM Eastern Time / 3PM Pacific Time for those interested in following the action. From there, the First Four will be held on March 13th-14th, and the first round of play will be held on March 15th and 16th. The Final Four will be held on March 31st, and the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship game on April 2nd, 2018.

2018 NCAA Tournament Schedule

Round Location Date
Selection Sunday N/A March 11
First Four Dayton Ohio March 13-14
First/Second Round Pittsburgh March 15 & 17
First/Second Round Wichita Kan. March 15 & 17
First/Second Round Dallas March 15 & 17
First/Second Round Boise Idaho March 15 & 17
First/Second Round Charlotte N.C. March 16 & 18
First/Second Round Detroit March 16 & 18
First/Second Round Nashville Tenn. March 16 & 18
First/Second Round San Diego March 16 & 18
Sweet 16 West Los Angeles March 22
Sweet 16 South Atlanta March 22
Sweet 16 Midwest Omaha Neb. March 23
Sweet 16 East Boston March 23
Elite Eight West Los Angeles March 24
Elite Eight South Atlanta March 24
Elite Eight Midwest Omaha Neb. March 25
Elite Eight East Boston March 25
Final Four San Antonio March 31
NCAA championship San Antonio April 2

The tournament isn’t just crowning a new champion, but offers the opportunity for players to have their “one shining moment” of which will be memorialized in our collective memories. Deep tournament runs have made more than a dozen good college players into great ones. March Madness is the time of year when great players put in performances that can place them on the list as one of the best college players in NCAA history. We’re not just talking the big names like Kareem, Bill Walton, Magic and Bird, but players like Tony Delk, Keith Smart, Richard Hamilton, Bryce Drew, Glen Rice, Phil Ford, Austin Carr, and Mateen Cleaves. Which player from the 2018 tournament will stand out this and in college basketball history?

Get Your Printable 2018 NCAA Tournament Bracket

2018 NCAA Tournament Bracket

We have published a blank, printable 2018 NCAA Tournament bracket in several PDF formats for you here and here, and a fillable bracket in Excel for you here, as well as in Word. We also included a JPG image version of the bracket.

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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