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2020 printable NCAA Tournament bracket

printable NCAA Tournament bracket

JACKSONVILLE, FL - MARCH 19: Mississippi Rebels and Xavier Musketeers players run by the logo at mid-court during the second round of the 2015 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament at Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena on March 19, 2015 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

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Make sure you’re ready for the Big Dance and get your version of the 2020 printable NCAA Tournament bracket.

Click on the image to find the printable version.

If you would prefer to download the .pdf, that can be found here.

Dave Ommen’s latest bracketology can be found here. Rob Dauster’s Bubble Watch can be found here.

Bracket 2020

Selection Sunday is just around the corner, so for those of you that are interested in not only filling out picks after the official 2020 NCAA Tournament Bracket is released on March 15th, you can get started right here.

Print out the bracket, fill it in the way that you think it should be filled in and started getting yourself prepped for winning your office pool, your dorm’s contest or whatever other event you decide to enter.

It is never too early to get started!

Will you win your pool?

In the meantime, you can get yourself primed and ready for filling out your 2020 NCAA Tournament Bracket by reading through some of the content that we are currently churning out here at NBC Sports. Catch up on the latest Bracketology by clicking this link. Take a deep dive into the Bubble Watch by going here. Read through the current NBC Sports Top 25, the only Top 25 that you need to pay attention to, right here. Then make sure you know the latest for conference tournaments.

We have it all.

Selection Sunday for the 2020 NCAA Tournament is on March 15 (about 4 pm ET), while the games begin a couple days later. The First Four is on March 17 and 18 (which airs on TruTV), while the craziness of Round 1 starts on Thursday, March 19. The four networks that air those games are: CBS, TBS, TNT and TruTV.

The Sweet 16 games begin on March 26 and will air on CBS and TBS. Elite Eight games start on March 28 and also air on CBS and TBS.

The Final Four, held in Atlanta this year, starts on Saturday, April 4. The National Title Game is Monday, April 6. All of those games air on TBS.