NCAA Bracket 2012: Tournament Road Set For Colorado, Colorado State

The 2012 NCAA Tournament bracket has been released, and the only question for Colorado and Colorado State coming into the day was where they'd end up. Both the Buffaloes and Rams received a No. 11 seed, with Colorado facing UNLV and CSU facing Murray State.

Related: NCAA Printable Bracket 2012: Start Making Your Predictions!

The No. 1 overall seeds were Kentucky (in Colorado's region), Michigan State (CSU's region), North Carolina and Syracuse. The NCAA Tournament kicks off in Dayton, OH, with the First Four matchups -- Mississippi Valley St. and Western Kentucky will play for the right to face Kentucky; Lamar and Vermont will play for the right to face UNC; BYU and Iona will play for the right to face Marquette; California and South Florida will play for the right to face Temple.

For more on March Madness at every level, visit SB Nation NCAA Basketball. Our 2012 NCAA Tournament hub has everything you need for the big one.

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