Printable NCAA Bracket 2012: Kentucky And Kansas Will Settle It All On Monday

The Final Four matchups in the 2012 NCAA Tournament were held on Saturday night. When the smoke cleared, we were finally left with our last two teams, who will face off in New Orleans on Monday to determine this year's national champion.

The Kentucky Wildcats had a barn-burner, as expected, against their in-state rivals the Louisville Cardinals and came away with the 69-61 win. On the other side of the bracket, the Ohio St. Buckeyes led for nearly the entire game before the Kansas Jayhawks came from behind to secure the 64-62 win and earn the right to play for the national title.

You can see how Kentucky and Kansas got to this point, as well as how everything else in the tournament went down with our printable 2012 NCAA Tournament bracket (PDF). Print it out, keep it with you and get the satisfaction of filling in the eventual national champion yourself.

If you haven't already, head to SB Nation's Printable Bracket StoryStream to print an updated one out for yourself.

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