President Obama Has Ohio State Losing To Kansas In Final

The Presidential bracket is complete with Barack Obama completing his bracket on Tuesday for today's unofficial Offical start to the 2011 NCAA Basketball Tournament.  Despite a year in which upsets were en vogue, the Commander-in-Chief has all four No. 1 seeds advancing to his Final Four before the top two - Ohio State and Kansas battle it out for the National Championship.  In the end, Obama has the Jayhawks defeating the Buckeyes.

There were a few notable upset predictions from the President:

Arizona defeating Texas in the Round of 32 has me scratching my head a bit.

UConn is the pick du jour after their run in the Big East Tournament.  That means a trip to the Sweet 16 in Obama's bracket.

Richmond over Vanderbilt is the President's pick for the 12-over-5 upset.  It happens every year, so you have to pick at least one of them.

While I disagree with the President's Champion, there is little doubt he played it safe.

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