March Madness: Printable Brackets, Predictions, and Viewing Info For The 2012 NCAA Tournament

We are officially less than three hours away from the greatest weekend on the sports calendar tipping off. I don’t know about you, but I agree with warmach1nex over at Reddit. This is how I feel:


I’m sure you feel the same way. If, however, you have any last minute March Madness needs before the first game tips off (Murray State-Colorado State at 12:15 ET on CBS!), I bet we’ll have you covered with the links below:

Printable Brackets

Need a printable bracket that you can keep track of the NCAA Tournament with? Well here you go:

I realize that with all the newfangled technology and sports websites that do it for you this is akin to keeping score at a baseball game, but it’s still fun! And we’re old fashioned here at MSF.

Bracket Predictions and Pools

If you want last-minute assistance with your bracket predictions, I posted my Four Factors-based picks here. In addition, I posted my gut feeling picks as well, which vary rather significantly from the stats-based picks.

But the predictions you really want to pay attention to are Andy’s, and here they are.

We also have some general upset picks and 5-12 upset analysis for you as well.

Most importantly, make sure you join the MSF Bracket Challenge. We’re not playing for money or prizes, just pride…which is really the most valuable prize of them all.

Viewing Information

Make sure you click on and bookmark this link. It’s Andy’s Viewer’s Guide for today’s games. He’ll be doing one every day this weekend. You have tough choices to make in terms of which games you watch. Make sure they are informed choices.

And as far as viewing information goes, you’re of course fine at home. Just have CBS, TNT, TBS, and truTV at the ready. But if you’re out and about you need mobile access to the NCAA Tournament, which comes via March Madness Live. Don’t spend the $3.99 they require for it though. Here is how to get March Madness Live access for free legitimately, thanks to the folks at CokeZero.

Fun March Madness Links

And finally, don’t miss these terrific articles posted by members of our team this week. You’ll surely see the highlights as the next three weeks go along. Make sure you know the context.

Now go exuberantly enjoy the games…like Tom Izzo.



About Jerod Morris

I love words. I write for Copyblogger and founded MSF, The Assembly Call, & Primility. I practice yoga, eat well, & strive for balance. I love life. Namaste. Say hi on Twitter, Facebook, & G+.


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