NCAA Tournament bracket 2013: Cal will open tournament against UNLV

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The California Golden Bears grabbed a No. 12 seed in the NCAA tournament, and will face UNLV in the second round.

The California Golden Bears are the No. 12 seed in the East region, and will open the tournament against the No. 5 UNLV Runnin' Rebels.

The two teams already faced each other earlier in the season, with UNLV defeating Cal, 76-75. The two teams will play on Thursday in San Jose, CA. The winner of that game will face the winner of the matchup between the No. 4 Syracuse Orange and the No 13 Montana Grizzlies on Saturday.

SB Nation has created a printable bracket for the entire tournament. You can click here to view the bracket, and print one out for you and whomever else is in your bracket pool.

The NCAA tournament starts on Tuesday with the First Four matchups, and then the second round starts on Thursday. SB Nation will have complete coverage of the tournament all month. Click on the March Madness Super Hub to stay updated on the latest scores, news, and views.

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