NCAA printable bracket 2013: Hurricanes and Gators grab high seeds

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Miami and Florida both received high seeds in the NCAA Tournament. Why not print out your own brackets and see how far you have them going in the tournament?

The NCAA Tournament field has been set, and a pair of Florida teams have received high seeds and manageable paths to go deep in the tournament.

The Miami Hurricanes won the ACC Tournament, but fell just short of landing a number one seed. The Hurricanes are the two seed in the East region, and face 15 seed Pacific in their first game. Despite losing the SEC Tournament final to Ole Miss, the Florida Gators are the three seed in the South region, and will play Northwestern State in their first game. Also in the South region, Florida Gulf Coast got in as the 15 seed, but have to face Georgetown in their opening game.

Click here to get your own printable NCAA Tournament bracket, courtesy of SB Nation. Also, don't forget to check out SB Nation's March Madness hub for all the latest news and information.

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