President Barack Obama went 3-for-4 from the field Friday night and moved back into the top half of the ESPN.com standings with his NCAA tournament bracket.
The nation's No. 1 fan correctly picked Louisville, North Carolina and Michigan State to reach the regional finals.
Obama's only miss came when Blake Griffin and Oklahoma took down Syracuse earlier in the evening. That slip had dropped the president into the bottom 40 percent of the 5-plus million people who entered ESPN.com's pool, but he rallied with the later games.
Obama already has lost one of his Final Four teams - Memphis. He has North Carolina beating Louisville for the national championship, with Pittsburgh also making it to the national semifinals.
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