Obama’s annual bracket: Kentucky all the way

Emmanuel Dunand | AFP | Getty Images

Emmanuel Dunand | AFP | Getty Images

Continuing his tradition of filling out a bracket with ESPN, President Barack Obama picked the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats to win the NCAA men’s basketball tournament.

The president chose the Cats to beat fellow one-seed Villanova, and finish out a completely undefeated season.

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“I don’t think you can play a perfect basketball game…but these guys are coming very close,” he told ESPN.

Rounding out his Final Four, Obama chose first-seeded Duke and second-seeded Arizona (the latter of which he saw upsetting Wisconsin in the Elite Eight round).

For more on the president’s bracket, see the ESPN report.


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