2012 NCAA Tournament Brackets

March 14, 2012 by staff 

2012 NCAA Tournament Brackets, The 2012 NCAA Tournament is upon us, and Notre Dame will be a one-and-done team according to both President Barack Obama and SB Nation’s Bill Connelly.
President Barack Obama’s bracket predictions are out, and things are not looking good for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Obama is projecting that the Irish will be knocked off in the first round by the Xavier Musketeers, but if it’s any consolation to Irish fans, the president is predicting that every single No. 7 seed will be upset in the first round.

It also may be of consolation that Obama’s bracket predictions in 2011 were less than stellar. Last year he had all four No. 1 seeds in the Final Four in a year where no top seed made it there. In 2012, Obama is predicting that the Final Four will be the the Kentucky Wildcats, Ohio State Buckeyes, Missouri Tigers and North Carolina Tar Heels.

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The 2012 NCAA Tournament is about to start, and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish are ready to rock after weathering the Big East storm throughout the regular season. The Xavier Musketeers are first up in a No. 7 – No. 10 matchup favoring the Irish, and then the No. 2 Duke Blue Devils loom as the next big challenge to reach the Sweet Sixteen. SB Nation’s Bill Connelly has released his NCAA Bracket Predictions, and he believes Notre Dame will be a one-and-done team in March Madness. After Xavier takes down the Irish, and then they go on to lose to Duke, if that is any consolation to Irish fans.

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