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U.S. President Joe Biden predicted that the University of Connecticut will win this year’s “March Madness.”

According to U.S. President Biden’s forecast for this year’s NCAA men’s and women’s basketball division 1 through social media, President Biden predicted on the 21st that the University of Connecticut in men’s and the University of South Carolina in women’s will win.

The NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournament is called the “March Madness” in the sense that it is a sporting event that infests the United States in March every year.

This year’s game began on the 20th, and the Final Four, where the final semifinals and finals will be held on April 7 and 9 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

Due to the nature of the competition, which is eliminated once a single match is lost, bets are made across the U.S. to guess the results of the round of 64, and a survey showed that the amount of bets placed in the competition last year in the U.S. was $15.5 billion (about 20.6 trillion won).

U.S. presidents also make their predictions for fun, and Biden’s choice this year was last year’s winner, Connecticut.

If the University of Connecticut wins this year, it will achieve two consecutive wins in 17 years since Florida University in 2006 and 2007.

President Biden predicted Arizona University to win last year, but Arizona University was eliminated in the first round.

Former U.S. President Barack Obama, who predicted the “March Madness” every year during his tenure, also predicted this year that the University of Connecticut would win.

Former U.S. President Donald Trump, who succeeded former President Obama as the owner of the White House, did not forecast NCAA basketball.


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