NEW YORK (AP) -- President Barack Obama's NCAA bracket has Louisville, North Carolina, Memphis and Pittsburgh in his Final Four.
The First Hoops Fan filled out his bracket for ESPN at the White House on Tuesday, sticking primarily with No. 1 seeds. The only exception was Memphis, seeded second behind Connecticut in the West regional.
ESPN college basketball correspondent Andy Katz says Obama's bracket will be posted on the network's Web site Wednesday, and the TV network's report on Obama's picks will air at 6 p.m. ET.
Katz says the president was up-to-date on NCAA news, including injury reports and who won conference tournaments.
Courtesy: Associated Press
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