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President Obama's 2011 NCAA Bracket

President Obama has been shown on ESPN about fifteen times per hour throughout the day today, filling out his 2011 NCAA Tournament bracket - something ESPN has showcased and highlighted for the past three years. Obama correctly picked the North Carolina Tar Heels to win it all a few years ago, but the wheels fell off the wagon last year for the President, as he picked Kansas to win it all.

Unfortunately for Longhorns fans, the President does not have Texas in the Final Four. In fact, President Obama's Final Four is, well, shockingly conservative. Obama has all four No. 1 seeds advancing to the Final Four: Duke, Ohio State, Kansas and Pittsburgh. Talk about going out on a limb. Though, he's probably one of the few people with only one Big East team in the Final Four.

The President's title pick is after the jump.

President Obama has Ohio State knocking off Duke in the first Final Four matchup and has Kansas defeating Pittsburgh in the other half. For the second consecutive year, the President is picking Kansas to win it all, defeating the No. 1 overall seed Ohio State Buckeyes in the title game. 

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