NCAA Bracket 2011: President Obama's Final Four Consists of No. 1 Seeds
President Obama Goes With All Top-Seeds to Reach Final Four
In what has become a yearly tradition, President Barack Obama is going to make his NCAA Tournament Bracket known to the world later on today on ESPN. However, we don't have to wait to know his Final Four picks.
In the story, which you can find on ESPN.com, President Obama goes with all four of the No. 1 seeds to make it to Houston this year. All of his picks will be released on ESPN.com at noon EST on SportsCenter today.
If you have been following the President's history with his NCAA Tournament picks, it's been a mixed bag of results. His first year picking in 2009, he picked eventual national champion North Carolina. However, the Tar Heels were the only Final Four team that he got right that year.
Last year, the Presidential Brackets were a complete mess. He had Kansas and Kentucky playing for the national championship, and Kansas State and Villanova were the other two Final Four teams. None of those four teams even made it to the Final Four. Granted, last year everything was a mess and no one could have predicted all that would happen.
Once again, though, the President goes with the biggest names to make it to the Final Four. Until his complete bracket is released we won't know any upsets that he has picked. Hopefully, he has a little more faith in the smaller schools, having been crushed by them last year.
Again, you can see the President make his picks this afternoon on SportsCenter and shortly after that on ESPN.com.
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