Printable NCAA Bracket 2012: Eight Teams Are Left, But Soon There Will Be Just Four

Eight teams remain in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, and this time they might even live up to the "Elite Eight" label, as many of the top seeds are still standing. One thing is for sure, the quartet of teams remaining after this weekend will meet the easier standard set by the "Final Four" label. If you can't quite remember which squads I'm talking about, the entire tournament landscape is reflected in SB Nation's updated printable 2012 NCAA Tournament bracket (PDF).

On Saturday two Final Four spots will be filled, as the No. 7 Florida Gators take on the No. 4 Louisville Cardinals in the West Region, and the No. 2 Ohio St. Buckeyes face the No. 1 Syracuse Orange in the East Region. Then on Sunday, the No. 1 Kentucky Wildcats play the No. 3 Baylor Bears in the South Region, and the No.1 North Carolina Tar Heels tip off against the No. 2 Kansas Jayhawks in the Midwest Region. If you need another shot at a perfect bracket, why not start from the Elite Eight and see if you can do it from there?

For more on the 2012 NCAA Tournament bracket, poke around SB Nation's NCAA Tournament hub for tons of analysis who will make it all the way to New Orleans and the Final Four.

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