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March Madness: 2017 NCAA Tournament Bracket (Printable)

March Madness is here and with the Conference Tournaments officially over its time to get down to business and see who will take home the trophy in Phoenix. It’s one thing to sit in a barbershop or by the water cooler at work and make your picks with your friends by mouth but it’s an entirely different ballgame when you take the pen to paper and make your selections.

This is still the digital age where it can be done online, however, if you’re like me then you still love to print yours out to get that real feel of the moment. Here is the 2017 NCAA Tournament Bracket that can be printed out.

How accurate are you? What have you done in the past years that makes you think you can either duplicate that success or make better choices in 2017? How many times have we seen a #13 seed upset a #4 seed or a #12 a #5? This is what March Madness is all about. It’s the unknown that gives us the courage to believe that we can go toe-to-toe with the so-called media experts.

Who will come on top this year?

Will it be a repeat performance by Villanova or a classic showdown between Duke and UNC? Maybe, just maybe we will get a real cinderella team like Middle Tennessee or Michigan that can run the table and shock the world. There is no LeBron James or Stephen Curry, these are college students looking to make their mark on the game in what could possibly be their last.

Please print out the bracket, take it to work, school or wherever you feel the need to poke your chest out and prove to everyone that you’re not afraid to take a risk.

Good luck.

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Mark Wilson
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