President Obama fills out his March Madness bracket
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President Obama fills out his March Madness bracket
Wednesday March 18th, 2015

President Barack Obama has made his NCAA tournament picks for this year's edition of March Madness, going through his bracket with ESPN's Andy Katz.

The President's biggest upset in the tournament is a 10-seeded Davidson taking down Gonzaga in the second round before falling to Iowa State.

The Final Four of Obama's bracket features one-seeds Duke, Villanova and Kentucky with two-seed Arizona besting Wisconsin in the West region.

Facebook bracket has Kentucky winning it all

The heavy favorite Kentucky wins out in the Presidential bracket as well, taking down 'Nova and completing its quest for perfection.

While talking hoops, Obama also mentions that he does support shortening the college shot clock to 30 seconds to help speed up the pace of play.

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