Perhaps it’s not wise to put too much stock in the President’s picks for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship.
President Barack Obama’s tournament bracket wasrevealed on ESPN’s “SportsCenter” on Wednesday morning, his final bracket as president. Just once in his presidency has he successfully predicted the men’s national champion: That came back in 2009, his first year in office, when North Carolina won the title.
In years past, the President has gone chalk, mostly picking favorites. But he changed it up a little bit this year, putting Texas A&M, a No. 3 seed in the West region, in the Final Four. Joining the Aggies in Obama’s Final Four is No. 2 seed Michigan State and No. 1 seeds Kansas and North Carolina.
For the championship game, Obama predicts the Jayhawks, the No. 1 overall seed, will defeat the Tar Heels “in a squeaker.”
“Bill Self owes me,” Obama joked, referencing the Kansas head coach.
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Obama Picks Kansas To Win The Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament was originally published on praisecleveland.com