Barack Obama reveals his 2017 March Madness bracket

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It may not be covered by ESPN anymore, but Barack Obama filled out his bracket for the 2017 NCAA tournament and has just shared it with fellow fanatics.

POTUS 44 gave us his picks each of the eight years he was in office. The moment was dubbed Baracketology by ESPN, which covered both his men’s and women’s brackets.

Donald Trump already announced that he won’t fill out a bracket for March Madness, which gets underway on Thursday, March 16.

Currently golfing in Hawaii, Obama revealed his picks on Wednesday (March 15) via a tweet from The Obama Foundation. He has North Carolina beating rival Duke in the men’s championship, and Connecticut beating Notre Dame on the womens’ side.

View his road to those picks below: