NCAA Tournament Brackets 2012: Updated Printable Version Released Following Wild Day Of Upsets

The 2012 NCAA Tournament is off to a great start and Friday was one of the wackiest days in recent memory. Of the 16 games that were played, eight them resulted in an upset, including losses from TWO No. 2 seeds, a No. 4 seed and a No. 5 seed. With teams like Duke, Mizzou and Michigan eliminated from the competition, there is a strong chance your bracket is looking pretty ugly right now.

Luckily for you, we have an updated version of the bracket available to print. Keep track of all the action this weekend without trying to read through the big red lines that cover your original predictions. Click here for printable version and to follow the SB Nation StoryStream that is covering the entire tournament.

The west-coast teams may not play a very big role in this year's tournament -- heck, Gonzaga and Colorado are really the only two teams remaining -- but March Madness always seems to live up to the hype with its Cinderella teams and last-second shots.

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