President Obama, as he's done every year since coming into office, has filled out his NCAA Tournament bracket.
The President, who seems to really know his stuff when it comes to college basketball, picked Indiana to go all the way, beating Louisville in the championship game.
The President's other two Final Four teams are Florida and Ohio State. And while no one has ever labeled Obama as conservative, he certainly is in regards to the rest of his picks – staying away from predicting any major upsets.
The only significant upsets he has are 11th-seeded Belmont over 6th-seeded Arizona, and 11th-seeded Minnesota over 6th-seeded UCLA. He also has five-seed Wisconsin getting to the Elite 8 by knocking off top-seeded Gonzaga.
And if you're wondering how well he's done in past brackets, the answer is so-so. He correctly picked North Carolina to win it all in 2009, but hasn't picked a winner since.