As the NCAA Tournament progresses, we're all wondering: who will be left standing? We've seen some upsets and surprises this year with teams like 16th-seeded UMBC defeating 1st-seed Virginia. But what's even more interesting is how these teams are eliminated from the tournament. The team that loses in the round of 64 is eliminated, but there are also bracket elimination teams that lose in later rounds. However, if a team wins their first game and then loses in their second game (think Duke), they're not an elimination team because they still have one win to go for victory.
You'll find info about the type of form you wish to complete in the table. It can show you the amount of time you will require to fill out bracket elimination teams, what parts you will need to fill in and a few additional specific details.
|Form Name||Bracket Elimination Teams|
|Form Length||1 pages|
|Avg. time to fill out||15 sec|
|Other names||6 man double elimination bracket, double elimination teams, bracket 6 teams, double elimination bracket 6 teams|