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President Obama NCAA Tournament Bracket, Predictions, & March Madness: Which Team Did Obama Pick To Win It All?

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First Posted: Mar 19, 2014 11:43 AM EDT
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How in the world did the Commander-in-Chief squeeze in enough time out of his schedule to fill out an NCAA Tournament Bracket?

This is the question we ask every year as President Barack Obama tries his hand at guessing which teams will go all the way, but it's probably more realistic to assume he has a little help -- or he guesses a lot?

At any rate, Obama filled out a bracket for the upcoming NCAA tournament, and some might be surprised at what he predicted, while others might find his predictions to be spot on. Even more people might even make their own bracket based on what the president picked.

As far as the reliability of President Obama's picks, he is hoping for better results. He has not correctly picked the tournament champion since his first year in office, when he picked North Carolina. Furthermore, the National Journal said that Obama has only picked four correct Final Four teams out of the 20 that have made it that far during his presidency, which began in 2009.

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This year, however, the President is going with Michigan, and if that doesn't motivate that squad from the Midwest, who knows what will? And to take that a step further, Louisville also has to be motivated as well after Obama picked the team to make it to the final game. Of course, he did not pick them to win, but the team knows that if they can just get to the big game, anything can happen.

To check out President Obama's entire bracket full of predictions, check out ESPN.

What do you think about President Obama's picks for the NCAA Tournament? Do you agree with his predictions or is he way off? Let us know what you think in the comments section located below.

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