Obama's NCAA bracket takes a hit with Memphis loss Print
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Thursday, 26 March 2009 18:58
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 So long to one of President Barack Obama's picks for the Final Four.
The president's NCAA tournament bracket took a hit Thursday night when Memphis lost Missouri 102-91.
Obama also missed with Duke's loss to Villanova, and slipped to the bottom half of the 5-plus million fans who entered ESPN.com's pool.
Earlier in the evening, Obama won with Connecticut and Pittsburgh. When the Huskies and Panthers moved into the regional finals, it also boosted the president's picks to the top 40 percent overall.
Then came Memphis' loss. The president had Memphis losing in the national semifinals to Louisville. He has North Carolina beating Pitt in the other semi.
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