Obama Bracket 2011: Obama's Printable NCAA March Madness Picks
Barack Obama Will Reveal His 2011 NCAA Bracket on ESPN Today. Here Is a Obama Bracket 2011 Preview
For the third year in a row, US President Barack Obama has released his NCAA Tournament picks.
Barack Obama is a little late in releasing his picks this year, which is understandable. Considering the tragedy in Japan and the ongoing conflict in the Middle East, he kind of has his hands full.
Obama gave his full NCAA brackets for 2011 to ESPN on Wednesday, March 16, 2011.
Here is the full printable Obama Bracket 2011 via ESPN.
Last year, President Obama incorrectly picked Kansas to win the 2010 NCAA Tournament. The year before, the correctly picked North Carolina to win it all.
Who did Obama Pick to Win 2011 March Madness?
Obama has all #1 seeds advancing to the Final Four: Duke, Kansas, Ohio State and Pittsburgh. As for Obama's 2011 NCAA Championship pick, he has Kansas winning it all, defeating Ohio State in the final.
Some political pundits might point out that Obama approached his 2011 bracket picks the same way approaches the presidency: by playing it safe and not taking a whole lot of chances.
Of course, there will no doubt be critics who are wondering what Obama is doing filling out NCAA brackets in the first place. You have to wonder if he should be more worried about bigger things than who will make it to the Sweet 16.
Still, it's clear that Obama knows a thing or two about basketball. His brother-in-law is a basketball coach at Oregon State and one of his assistants, Reggie Love, is a former Duke basketball player.