NCAA bracket 2021: Printable March Madness bracket, NCAA Tournament predictions, picks

by Ryan

The 2021 NCAA Tournament begins March 19, and your March Madness bracket is available right here

By Matt Norlander

Click here to enlarge and print the blank 2021 NCAA Tournament bracket.

Fans were forced to miss out on the enjoyment and pageantry that is March Madness one year ago, but thankfully, the 2021 NCAA Tournament is getting ready to tip off this week. One of the greatest sporting events in the world will bring 68 of the best college basketball teams in the country to Indiana for a month of action we won’t soon forget. It’s almost as if things are starting to feel normal again.

The best way to get started, of course, is by filling out a March Madness bracket. Lucky for you, we’ve got you covered with our printable bracket along with some online games you can play to compete against friends or for prizes.

Keep this page locked in your bookmarks for the rest of the month in order to stay up to date on the latest news, highlights and analysis around the NCAA Tournament. Plus, CBS Sports will have you covered with pick advice, players to watch, upsets, breaking news and much, much more.

You can also find the bracket in just about every way possible on your device of choice, which can help you prep for all our Bracket Games as well. Expanded coverage continues all week on and CBS Sports HQ, our free 24/7 news streaming service that is watchable on any streaming device.

The field is set! Create a bracket pool to compete against friends or play solo for your chance to win a brand new Nissan Rogue and a college basketball dream trip. Get in the action today!

March is here, and the NCAA Tournament is back. Our bodies are ready. Is your bracket?

Click here to enlarge and print the blank 2021 NCAA Tournament bracket.


2021 NCAA Tournament need to know

As you venture to fill out your bracket and prepare or March Madness to begin, we here at CBS Sports hope to help ensure you do the best you can in your pools and games. After all, if you can’t brag about getting the bracket right, what’s the point?

Related Articles