Finally, Mitt Romney has something to gloat about in front of President Obama: his spot-on March Madness bracket.
The 2012 GOP presidential candidate guessed six of the Elite Eight teams and all of those that made the Final Four; his bracket is ranked 25,485 in ESPN’s Tournament Challenge. That may not sound impressive, but it actually puts him in the 99.8th percentile of the 11 million-plus brackets submitted. Obama currently stands in the 40th percentile in 6,918,578th place.
Romney skipped a bracket in 2012, the Los Angeles Times reports, saying he didn’t know enough about the teams to participate. But either he was just too busy, you know, running for President, or he’s done some serious catchup.
Like the rest of the die-hard fans, he’ll be watching Monday night’s championship on the edge of his seat. At the Big Dance, he’s got Duke over Wisconsin.
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