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NCAA tournament 2019: Fill out or print your March Madness bracket here


Julius Lasin, Tallahassee Democrat Published 7:02 p.m. ET March 17, 2019

Florida State sophomore forward M.J. Walker charges pass the Duke defense during the first half of the ACC Championship game at the Spectrum Center on Saturday.Florida State head coach Leonard Hamilton, left, and Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski, right, embrace each other before the beginning of the ACC Championship game at the Spectrum Center on Saturday.Duke freshman forward Zion Willamson (1) attempts to block a 3-point shot by Florida State freshman forward Devin Vassell (25) during the first half of the ACC Championship game at the Spectrum Center on Saturday.Florida State senior center Christ Koumadje reaches for an offensive rebound during the first half of the ACC Championship game at the Spectrum Center on Saturday.Florida State redshirt sophomore Mfiondu Kabengele slams a dunk during the first half of the ACC Championship game at the Spectrum Center on Saturday.Florida State head coach Leonard Hamilton, left, directs redshirt senior forward Phil Cofer (0) back to the court during the first half of the ACC Championship game at the Spectrum Center on Saturday.Florida State redshirt sophomore Mfiondu Kabengele drills into Duke freshman guard Tre Jones during the first half of the ACC Championship game at the Spectrum Center on Saturday.Florida State senior guard Terance Mann makes a pass cross court during the first half of the ACC Championship game at the Spectrum Center on Saturday.Sophomore guard M.J. Walker flexes as Florida State led Duke during the first half of the ACC Championship game at the Spectrum Center on Saturday.The Duke defense charges towards Florida State redshirt sophomore forward Mfiondu Kabengele (25) as he shoots for three during the first half of the ACC Championship game at the Spectrum Center on Saturday.Florida State freshman forward Devin Vassell blocks a shot attempt by Duke freshman forward RJ Barrett during the first half of the ACC Championship game at the Spectrum Center on Saturday.Florida State senior guard PJ Savoy, right, fouls Duke freshman guard Tre Jones, center, during the final minutes of the ACC Championship game at the Spectrum Center on Saturday.Florida State sophmore guard M.J. Walker, 23, and Duke freshman forward Zion Williamson, right, embrace each other after the Blue Devils defeated the Seminoles 73-63 in the ACC Championship game at the Spectrum Center on Saturday.Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski singals for a timeout during the final minutes of the ACC Championship game at the Spectrum Center on Saturday.Redshirt sophomore forward Mfiondu Kabengele, 25, comforts freshman forward Devin Vassell, 24, after Florida State's 63-73 lost in the ACC Championship game at the Spectrum Center on Saturday.Florida State redshirt sophomore forward Mfiondu Kabengele, 25, blocks a lay-up attempt by Duke junior forward Javin DeLaurier during the final minutes of the ACC Championship game at the Spectrum Center on Saturday.Senior forward Terance Mann celebrates making a three point shot during the second half of the ACC Championship game at the Spectrum Center on Saturday.Duke freshman forward Zion Williamson, right, blocks Florida State redshirt freshman forward Raiquan Gray's, left, path to the basket during the second half of the ACC Championship game at the Spectrum Center on Saturday.Florida State redshirt freshman Raiquan Gray, center, attempts to score pass Duke freshman forward RJ Barrett during the second half of the ACC Championship game at the Spectrum Center on Saturday.Florida State head coach Leonard Hamilton walks off the court in silence as Duke celebrates its 73-63 win over the Seminoles in the ACC Championship game at the Spectrum Center on Saturday.

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It’s that time of the year again: It’s March Madness. 

That means upsets and Cinderella runs are right around the corner. 

Following a 27-7 season and an ACC Tournament semifinal loss to Duke, Florida State’s men’s basketball is back in the tournament as a No. 4 seed. 

Here’s your chance to fill out a bracket and predict how far FSU gets in the tournament. 

Fill out a bracket digitally here. 

For a printable bracket, click here. 

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