Printable NCAA bracket 2013: Illinois earns No. 7 seed

Joe Robbins

The Illini have earned a No. 7 seed in the East region and will be playing Colorado on Friday. Follow all the action with our printable brackets.

The Selection Committee have made their final decisions, and the 68-team field is now set for the NCAA Tournament.

The Illinois Fighting Illini got a No. 7 seed in the East regional. They will take on the No. 10 Colorado Buffaloes in Austin, TX on Friday, March 22. The winner of this game will get either the No. 2 Miami Hurricanes or No. 15 Pacific Tigers on Sunday.

SB Nation has created a printable bracket to help you keep track of your picks. Click here to download a copy. You can either print out just one for yourself, or several dozen to hand out at your workplace. It's completely up to you. The tournament tips off with the First Four games on Tuesday, and will start in earnest on Thursday with all the chaotic action we've come to know and love.

SB Nation will have complete coverage of all the tourney action. Check out our March Madness supergroup for all the latest news, scores and views.

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