Former president Barack Obama unveils his picks for men's, women's NCAA Tournaments

Barack Obama Reveals His NCAA Tournament Bracket
Barack Obama Reveals NCAA Bracket ... Picks Mich. State!

17 March, 2018

Joining the Spartans and Cavaliers in the Final Four in Obama's bracket are North Carolina, the No. 2 seed in the West, and Villanova, the No. 1 seed in East.

Obama has filled out a bracket and released it publicly since 2009, his first year in office.

Former President Barack Obama doesn't think too highly of the University of Miami's chances in either NCAA Tournament.

Obama also has Syracuse (11) beating Arizona State in the playoff game and then beating TCU (6).

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Beyond a few 7-10 upsets, Obama is sticking with the chalk this year.

Aside from the fact that Virginia Tech enters the tournament with a 1 percent chance of getting even as far as the Final Four, Obama is on a roll.

Last year, Obama's first since leaving the White House, the former president picked North Carolina to win it all. That one, however, was his correct national title pick: North Carolina. UConn beats longtime rival Notre Dame in the national semifinals and Mississippi State for the title.

He has CT (shocker), Notre Dame, Mississippi State and Louisville in the women's bracket, with the Huskies cutting down the nets for the 12th time in school history. Like last year, Obama has the Huskies - who enter the tournament with a ideal 32-0 record once again - winning it all, even after MSU (32-1) pulled off the upset last year before falling to SC in the final. At the time, maybe you could have justified Obama's bracket conservatism by saying as president he simply didn't want to piss anybody off.

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