Obama shuns favorites Florida in March Madness bracket

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It is that time of year again.

President Obama took time out of his schedule this week to fill out his March Madness bracket with ESPN and now you can see how you match up against the man himself.

The President largely played it safe admitting himself that they weren't "particularly imaginative picks", but hey everyone want's to win right?

Obama predicted Michigan State, Florida, Arizona and Louisville to make it to the Final Four, with the Spartans coming out on top overall after defeating Louisville who he predicts will make their second championship game in a row.

In terms of upsets, the President said goodbye to 3 seed Syracuse in Round Three, losing out to Ohio St. while six seed North Carolina made the Sweet 16.

And as for the currently unbeaten Wichita State? Sorry Shockers fans but your team loses out against the Cardinals in an Obama's predicted Sweet 16 round.

You can watch Obama talk through his predictions here.

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