The NCAA Tournament bracket 2013 predictions continue as President Barack Obama has officially weighed in with his bracket including Final Four and championship picks. Obama was shown earlier on television discussing which teams he likes and why.
According to ESPN.com on March 20, Obama gave an exclusive interview to ESPN on Tuesday during which he also filled out his brackets for the men's and women's NCAA tournaments. The president is heavily in favor of the Big Ten Conference for this particular tournament. In fact, he's got two schools from the conference reaching the Final Four: Ohio State and Indiana. Obama also believes Florida and Louisville will get to Atlanta, Georgia during this edition of March Madness.
Overall, the president feels the championship will feature Indiana against Louisville. While Louisville has been a popular pick to become national champions in the tournament this year, Barack is going with the Hoosiers to win it all, continuing his "Big Ten theme."
Obama said of his picks for the championship game and ultimate winner of the tournament:
"I'm going with Louisville. I know it's not a surprise pick. And I'm going with Indiana These are the two best teams right now, and for the championship I'm going back to the Big Ten. I think this is Indiana's year."
President Obama was seen earlier on ESPN with Andy Katz discussing all his picks. Roanoke viewers are able to see it on "SportsCenter" which ais throughout the day on Cox Cable channel 25.