Printable bracket 2013: Get your printable NCAA bracket here

Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

SB Nation is the place to get a printable bracket for your tournament pool.

The full 68-team NCAA tournament field is set, and the Georgetown Hoyas received a No. 2 seed in the South region.

Georgetown will play the 15-seed Florida Gulf Coast Eagles in the second round of the tournament. The two teams will tip-off at 6:50 p.m ET on Friday in Philadelphia, PA. If Georgetown manages to avoid the upset, they will either face the No. 7 San Diego St. Aztecs or the10-seed Oklahoma Sooners in the third round of the tournament.

SB Nation's Brian Floyd has created a printable bracket for the NCAA tournament. Click here to view the bracket and make sure to print one out for you and your bracket pool as you keep track of the tournament games this weekend.

SB Nation will have coverage of the NCAA tournament all month, so be sure to check out our March Madness Hub for all the latest news, opinions and scores from the big dance.

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