Barack Obama Reveals His NCAA Tournament Bracket

Barack Obama Reveals His NCAA Tournament Bracket

Barack Obama Reveals His NCAA Tournament Bracket

Obama then picks NMSU to lose to Auburn in the round-of-32.

The former President has each of the Big Ten's four teams winning at least one game.

Obama took to twitter today to reveal his finished bracket which includes a couple of upset picks that we like, such as #11 Loyola-Chicago over the #6 Miami Hurricanes and #12 New Mexico State beating #5 Clemson.

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The 28-5 Aggies are 5-point underdogs as of Wednesday to the 23-9 Tigers of the Atlantic Coast Conference.

His Final Four are Virginia, Villanova, North Carolina and Michigan State.

Obama has Kentucky's other tournament team, Murray State, losing the first round to West Virginia. He has UConn avenging its Final Four loss to Mississippi State a year ago in the title game.

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It should be noted that previous year Obama correctly picked North Carolina and UConn as the men's and women's champions.

Obama is going with UConn, Notre Dame, Mississippi State and Louisville.

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

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He declined an invitation previous year from ESPN to do so on-air, as Obama did during his presidency.

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