Barack Obama Reveals His NCAA Tournament Bracket

Barack Obama Reveals His NCAA Tournament Bracket

Barack Obama Reveals His NCAA Tournament Bracket

It's no secret that Barack Obama is a big basketball fan.

Even with Donald Trump now in the oval office, the 44th President has continued to unveil his bracket to the world.

Barack Obama's picks from the 2018 NCAA tournament are in - and he's taking a bit of a risk in the men's bracket. His Final Four? Virginia, UNC, Villanova and Michigan State.

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The former President selected Michigan State, a 3-seed, to win the men's NCAA tournament.

He's picked some upsets in there as well with Loyola-Chicago (11) over Miami (6) in addition to Texas (10) over Nevada (7).

Obama has Kentucky's other tournament team, Murray State, losing the first round to West Virginia. He also picked UConn past year to win the women's bracket. That one, however, was his correct national title pick: North Carolina.

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Arizona State and Syracuse look, on paper, like the best matchup of the First Four play-in games for the NCAA Tournament . They talked about them making the tournament so matter-of-factly. "They made a big impact on me", Martin said.

Obama also has UConn, Notre Dame, Mississippi State and Louisville in the women's bracket, with UConn beating Mississippi State in the final game. UConn beats longtime rival Notre Dame in the national semifinals and Mississippi State for the title.

Oh, and if you were wondering, President Trump opted not to fill out a bracket previous year.

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