President Obama Puts The 'I' In Team, Ohio

As the old saying goes, there's no 'I' in team, but there's usually a photo op awaiting the world's most famous person to put the 'I' in Ohio. Or something like that.

POTUS/First Fan Barack Obama was in the Buckeye State campaigning on Tuesday and along came that photo op. Never one to disappoint the sports-breathing masses, The Prez played along with these three random politics-loving bros to show his Ohio State Buckeyes support. Michigan Wolverines fans still undecided about your November allegiance, avert your eyes:

If this isn't as clear an indicator that Obama is willing to let Detroit native Mitt Romney carry that other swing state, I don't know what is. Next on the stump trail in Ohio: promising to vacate the Miami Heat's NBA title.

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