The First Four action will be coming to a close on Wednesday night, so that means it’s just about time to gear up for the First Round of the 2023 NCAA Tournament which begins on Thursday. The marathon that is March Madness is finally here and you need to be prepared by printing out your own NCAA Tournament bracket to track your favorite teams all the way to the Final Four. That’s why you’re here, after all. CBS Sports is the go-to spot for all things March Madness. Check out our traditional image/PDF to print a 2023 NCAA Tournament bracket. Print it out — print out dozens of ’em! — and have at it as you fill out brackets with your friends, family and co-workers. Time is running out for Brackets! Fill out your brackets in your pools and enter for a chance to win a trip to the 2024 Men’s Final FourⓇ. While you’re here, be sure to check out the most extensive digital coverage of college basketball and the NCAA Tournament that you can find anywhere. From breaking news to bracketology to team analysis, real-time scores, picks, award-winning commentary and more, CBS Sports has you blanketed with up-to-the-minute coverage across the sport. 2023 NCAA Tournament bracket Click here to enlarge and print the NCAA Tournament bracket.
2023 NCAA Tournament schedule 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. The first round of the NCAA Tournament lasts from Thursday, March 16 to Friday, March 17 with games airing across CBS, TBS, TNT and truTV. The second round lasts across Saturday, March 18 and Sunday, March 19 as the field gets whittled down to 16 teams. The Sweet 16 (March 23-24) and Elite Eight (March 25-26) will be completed the following week with the Final Four set for Saturday, April 1 in Houston. The national championship will then be held Monday, April 3, culminating the 2022-23 college basketball season.
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