2013 NCAA Tournament bracket printable: Printable NCAA tournament bracket available here

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The full NCAA tournament bracket is set, and the UCLA Bruins received an at-large invitation to the tournament.

UCLA is the No. 6 seed in the South region, and they will face the No. 11 Minnesota Golden Gophers on Friday at 9:57 p.m. ET in Austin, Texas. If UCLA advances to the third round of the tournament, they will meet either the No. 3 Florida Gators or the No. 14 Northwestern St. Demons.

The Bruins are one of five schools from California in the tournament. The other four schools are the No. 7 San Diego St. Aztecs, the No. 11 St. Mary's Gaels, the No. 12 California Golden Bears and the No. 15 Pacific Tigers.

SB Nation has created a full printable bracket for the entire tournament. Click here to view the bracket, and be sure to print one out for you and your bracket pool to keep track of all the games. Also, make sure to check out the March Madness Hub for all the news, scores and opinions from the big dance.

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