President Obama isn't the favorite to win the White House's office pool this year.

In fact, if he were in your office, Obama would take some ribbing for his picks over the past five years. As commander-in-chief, Obama's March Madness picks have been sub-par.

He has picked only 4 of 20 Final Four teams, and picked one champion correctly: North Carolina in 2009 (which was a No. 1 seed at the time).

In 2010 and 2011, he picked Kansas to win it all, but the Jayhawks failed to make the Final Four either year. He went 0 for 8 in his Final Four selections during those two years.

Obama bounced back in 2012, hitting his high-water mark of selecting two Final Four teams (No. 1 Kentucky and No. 2 seed Ohio St.).

Last year, the president picked one Final Four team (Louisville, which ended up winning the NCAA championship).

On Wednesday, Obama unveiled his Final Four: Florida; Arizona; Mich. St; and Louisville with Mich. St. — a 4 seed — winning it all.

Don't bet on it.