Printable NCAA Bracket 2012 Captures Kentucky's Championship Win

The 2012 NCAA Tournament came to a close on Monday night, and the Kentucky Wildcats claimed their eighth men's basketball championship in school history by knocking off the Kansas Jayhawks in the National Championship Game. Their road to the title started in the South Region as the No. 1 seed, and from there they knocked off No. 16 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, No. 8 Iowa St. Cyclones, No. 4 Indiana Hoosiers, No. 3 Baylor Bears, No. 4 Louisville Cardinals (from the West Region) and then No. 2 Kansas Jayhawks (from the Midwest Region).

To enjoy Kentucky's 2012 National Championship run one more time, be sure to check out SB Nation's final printable 2012 NCAA Bracket (PDF).

For more on the 2012 NCAA Tournament bracket, poke around SB Nation's NCAA Tournament hub for tons of analysis on the Final Four in New Orleans. For more onKentucky head over to A Sea of Blue and for more on Kansas visit Rock Chalk Talk. For analysis, news and notes from around the country, check out SB Nation's college basketball news hub.

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