Found March 19, 2014 on Bush League Chronicle:
Although the rest of his bracket will be released later today, President Obama released his Final Four picks Tuesday night, and they include two one seeds and two four seeds.The Commander-in-Chief likes No. 1 Florida to come out of the South Region, No. 1 seed Arizona from the West Region, No. 4 Michigan State from the East Region, and No. 4 seed Louisville to emerge from a stacked Midwest.Let it be known that Obama's 2013 bracket ranked roughly two million out of eight million in ESPN entries. Additionally, Obama has picked the national champion just once in four years of filling out a bracket for ESPN.Via For the Win

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