Printable NCAA Bracket 2012: Kentucky Will Meet Kansas In National Championship Game

What began with 68 college basketball teams has boiled all the way down to just two. Following the Final Four games on Saturday, the Kentucky Wildcats and Kansas Jayhawks have emerged as the participants who will face off to determine a national champion in the final game of the 2012 NCAA Tournament.

The Wildcats bested their in-state rivals the Louisville Cardinals, 69-61, while the Jayhawks came from behind to eliminate the Ohio St. Buckeyes, 64-62.

You can see how Kentucky and Kansas got to this point, as well as how everything else in the tournament went down with our printable 2012 NCAA Tournament bracket (PDF).

The national championship game will be held on Monday in New Orleans. Print out a bracket for yourself, fill in your predicted winner and potentially experience the satisfaction of a tournament successfully predicted.

If you haven't already, head to SB Nation's Printable Bracket StoryStream to print an updated one out for yourself.

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