2018 Printable March Madness Bracket Released

Preview of SportsBettingDime.com's NCAA Tournament Bracket

Now that college basketball’s biggest moment is almost here, hoops fans are getting ready for one of America’s favorite pastimes – the March Madness Bracket.¬† In this internet age when everything is moving online, SportsBettingDime.com is taking you back to a simpler time with its printable March Madness bracket for the 2018 NCAA Tournament.

Ironically, you need an internet connection to download it, but once you do, get ready to nestle up by the fire with your trusty no. 2 pencil and fill out all 63 games the old fashioned way.

Download Printable 2018 March Madness Bracket (PDF)

SBD’s designers have looked at many online and printable brackets available over the years. The consensus was that they wanted to keep it simple but attractive – the template is clear of unnecessary colors and Doritos logos that other sites use. (When you think about it, these must waste gallons of expensive printer ink across the country every year.) Even so, this bracket looks snazzy enough that you’d be proud to hang it on your office wall, but remains easy to follow along with and leaves lots of room to fill in your picks.

Preview of SportsBettingDime.com's NCAA Tournament Bracket

 

To get the lay of the betting landscape, visit our March Madness Odds Tracker and learn which teams are trending up and which are trending down, and also be sure to read which potential Cinderellas have a real shot at making a run before you switch from pencil t0 pen.

Happy bracketing!

 

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Sascha was a hockey player in his youth. He gave that up to do something much more practical: become a lawyer. He gave that up to do something much more enjoyable: write about sports. SBD's editor-in-chief since 2014, Sascha edits and writes about anything and everything you can possibly put odds on. He's happiest when those things are the NFL and college basketball, though. In his spare time, Sascha likes watching Jeopardy with his wife, building train sets with his son, and pretending he's still an athlete, not necessarily in that order.