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March 31, 2009 at 1:58 PM

President Obama’s NCAA women’s tourney bracket revealed?

Obama.jpgAccording to The Hartford Courant, President Barack Obama did fill out a NCAA women’s tournament bracket and (surprise) picked Connecticut to win. Why it took so long for this revealtion to be made considering the bashing he received from multiple sources across the Internet and in print is unknown.
Also missing like money in our nation’s bank account? The full bracket.
The No. 1 overall Huskies tip-off against No. 6 Arizona State at 4 p.m. (PST). For an interesting take on what it’s like to be part of UConn nation, checkout the blog postings by coach Geno Auriemma’s daughter Alysa. Predictably, Connecticut was pulling for No. 3 Louisville in its upset against No.1 Maryland on Monday and Coach G talks to himself at practice as he does at home.
UConn has to defeat its second consecutive Pac-10 opponent in order to reach the Final Four. The Sun Devils will need a team effort to win.
Wonder if Obama (pictured right) had ASU advancing this far.
In the late game, No. 1 seed Oklahoma faces Purdue.

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