Posted March 14, 2012 by DJ Enuff in Sports

#NCAA ‘Cuse Fab Melo ineligible for tourney! Obama attends game with British PM, and reveals his Final Four picks!

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#MarchMadness #NCAA Syracuse phenom Fab Melo was declared ineligible for the tourney, Obama attended a game w/ British PM, and Obama revealed his #FinalFour picks! Downloand and print the full 64-team bracket, place your bets, and get it in by tommorrow!

“Given University policy and federal student privacy laws, no further details can be provided at this time,” the Syracuse website said [on Fab Melo]. – espn

#BigEastDefensivePlayerOfTheYear Syracuse phenom Brazilian 7-foot center Fab Melo was declared ineligible for the NCAA tournament on Tuesday! Reasons were not revealed, but the team made the decision not the #NCAA, and Melo missed three games earlier in the season for academic issues. Melo averaged 7.8 points, 5.8 rebounds and registered 88 blocks for the Orange, who spent a good portion of the season ranked No. 1 despite multiple off-court distractions.

President Obama along with British Prime Minister David Cameron attended the Mississippi Valley State – Western Kentucky #NCAA tournament thrilla in Dayton, Ohio last night! Western Kentucky made it into a thrilla, after trailing 16 points with five minutes to go, they ended up taking the lead in the final minute, and winning the game, 59-58!

President Obama also revealed his #MarchMadness #NCAA Tournament bracket. He shows his #FinalFour picks, and reveals his choice to win it all… North Carolina!!! He picked North Carolina to upset #1 Kentucky in the title game! Ohio State and Missouri were his two other Final Four picks! Check it out!

“I am going with North Carolina getting revenge for the regular season victory (Kentucky beat the Heels in December),” Obama said. “They are an older team more of experienced team.  I think Kentucky is unbelievably talented, but I think (guard Kendall) Marshalls’ play — (forward Tyler) Zellers’ play — I see North Carolina winning it all.” – espn