Barack Obama reveals his March Madness brackets

11:37 AM ET Tory BarronESPN Editor Close Tory Barron is a Bristol-based author and editor for After retiring from playing lacrosse at UConn, the DC native chose to attempt her hand at blogging about individuals playing sports.Former U.S. President Barack Obama filling out and sharing his 2023 March Madness brackets comes as little surprise– it remains in

keeping with a custom the noted college basketball fan started in 2009. Obama selecting the Duke Blue Devils to win everything in the guys’s tournament? That is a bit more unexpected.Editor’s Picks

1 Related Duke, a No. 5 seed, is the lowest-ranked group Obama has actually ever chosen to win the title. His Blue Devils selection marks just the 3rd time he has actually anticipated a non-No. 1 seed would lower the webs in 14 tournaments.However, No. 44 does have a routine of riding with perennial powerhouses. In those 14 men’s tournaments, Obama chose the North Carolina Tar Heels three times, Kansas Jayhawks three times, Michigan State Spartans twice, Gonzaga Bulldogs two times, Kentucky Wildcats as soon as, Indiana Hoosiers once and now Duke twice.It’s the best season! My #MarchMadness brackets will get busted quickly enough, but here are my choices. Who do you have winning it all?!.?.!— Barack Obama (@BarackObama)March 15, 2023 On the women’s side of things, Obama played it a little bit more safely. His champ of choice? The ruling South Carolina Gamecocks.Men’s

Competition Obstacle Total your bracket by choosing the winner for each game of the 2023 men’s NCAA competition. Play Tournament Difficulty Obama’s vote of self-confidence in Dawn Staley & Co. remains in keeping with his trend of picking the No. 1 general

seed(8 out of 13 competitions ). While this is his third time selecting the Gamecocks, his overwhelming preferred over the years has actually been the UConn Huskies, whom he has selected on eight occasions.Between the guys’s and ladies’s competitions, Obama has successfully predicted champs eight times given that 2009. If you’re a Duke or South Carolina fan, here’s wishing for lucky No. 9(and 10).

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