1. March Madness

    Obama Picks Indiana to Win NCAA

    President Barack Obama tosses a signed basketball in the air given to him by the University of Kentucky menís basketball team in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Friday, May 4, 2012, during a ceremony to celebrate the team's 2012 NCAA college basketball championship. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

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    President is backing the Indiana Hoosiers in this year’s NCAA Tournament. In what has become an annual tradition, President Obama unveiled his bracket on ESPN, betting that top-seeded Louisville and Indiana will advance to the men’s national title game and that Indiana will emerge victorious. He has Ohio State (No. 2 seed) and third-seeded Florida making it to the Final Four. He picked a couple of surprises: Belmont beating Arizona and Minnesota besting UCLA. Other than 2009, when he correctly picked North Carolina, Obama hasn’t had great luck with March Madness.

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