Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Obama's bracket has Owls winning, 'Nova losing

President Obama has picked an NCAA Tournament bracket for ESPN. He selects Temple to defeat Penn State and he picks Villanova to lose to George Mason.

Obama's bracket has Owls winning, 'Nova losing


President Obama has picked an NCAA Tournament bracket for ESPN. He selects Temple to defeat Penn State and he picks Villanova to lose to George Mason.

Geroge Mason is something of a hometown school for the president. It is located in Fairfax, Va., a suburb of Washington.

The president has the Owls losing to No. 2 seed San Diego State in the next round.

The president played it safe with his Final Four picks. He went with the four No. 1 seeds. He has Kansas, Ohio State, Pitt and Duke meeting in Houston. He has Kansas beating Pitt in one national semifinal and Ohio State to defeat Duke in the other national semifinal.

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In the national championship game, the president goes with Kansas to beat Ohio State. He picked Kansas last year, too, but despite the presidental nod, the Jayhawks lost to Northern Iowa in the second round.

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