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NCAA bracket 2024: Printable March Madness bracket, NCAA Tournament predictions, picks, dates, scores – CBS Sports

The best three weeks in sports is finally here and gets started on Tuesday! With 68 teams spread across 14 sites all over the country, March Madness is upon us with the 2024 NCAA Tournament beginning with two First Four games on Tuesday. You’re ready, we’re ready, and we know you want an NCAA bracket to print out now that all the teams have been selected.

The good news is you’ve come to the right pace. Be sure to bookmark this page so you can print as many NCAA Tournament brackets as your heart desires. Below you will find a printable 2024 NCAA Tournament bracket, courtesy of the home of March Madness: CBS Sports.

And don’t forget to continue to checking in throughout the next three weeks. CBS Sports offers the most extensive coverage of the NCAA Tournament anywhere with previews, picks, advice, stats to know, breaking news and analysis, must-watch video breakdowns, podcasts and so much more. 

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With Selection Sunday now in the books, here is a completed bracket for you to fill out with your picks, upsets and Cinderella choices.


Click here to enlarge and print the blank 2024 NCAA Tournament bracket.

Expanded coverage of the 2024 NCAA Tournament continues all night Sunday and throughout the week on and CBS Sports HQ, our free 24/7 news streaming service viewable on any streaming device.

CBS Sports and TNT Sports will combine to provide live coverage of all 67 games from the 2024 NCAA Tournament. Basketball competition officially tips Tuesday night on truTV with the First Four contested in Dayton, Ohio. The four final tournament seeds will look to play their way into the primary 64-team field with first-round action starting just days later.

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