Click for high-quality blank NCAA tournament bracket for 2016
Hey. It’s March.
That means that if you’re a college basketball fan then you might be getting a little anxious for this year’s 2016 NCAA Tournament. Also known as March Madness, this is the month when dozens of the nation’s top college basketball teams will compete for the NCAA National Championship.
Though it’s March, it’s still early and we’re still a few weeks out from the actual tournament. However, for all you college crazies and NCAA nutjobs want your blank March Madness bracket so you can start pre-filling your college basketball tournament rounds.
Yes, we still have all the conference tournaments to be played, so the field for the 2016 March Madness tournament Selection Sunday might seem like years away.
Blank Printable March Madness Bracket 2016
We love technology as much as the next guy, but there are still sometimes when a piece of paper and the old-fashioned pen or pencil is called for. Writing a note inside a birthday card. Putting together a shopping list. Drawing a picture. Filling out a March Madness basketball bracket on printer paper. There’s nothing like it.
Filling out one of these printed hoops brackets with a pencil just doesn’t feel right, but it allows something tangible that’s your own. Your unique attempt at the perfect bracket. And if you make mistakes or change your mind on a match up, there’s something satisfying about erasing a selection or six. It’s all yours.
The popular sports sites across the web are aware of how many trees are killed during the NCAA Tournament and provide their own printable brackets. It’s not just you and your buddies filling out brackets; like the Super Bowl, this is when all the non-basketball fans come out of the woodwork and get caught up in the Madness of March.
NCAA Basketball Champions since 2000
Here are last 15 NCAA Champions since the turn of the century.
|Edward Jones Dome
|Lucas Oil Stadium
|Lucas Oil Stadium
This year’s championship game (and Final Four) will be held at the NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. The university that won the most championships? UCLA has taken home 11 titles followed by Kentucky with 8 trophies.