British PM Cameron: Obama's 'going to help me fill out my bracket'

President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron took in a uniquely American tradition Tuesday night, attending the opening game of the NCAA men's basketball tournament. The world leaders scarfed down hot dogs and Cokes while cheering along with the boisterous crowd watching Mississippi Valley State face off against Western Kentucky in Dayton, Ohio.

Cameron and Obama sat down for a halftime interview with CBS Sports anchor Clark Kellogg, where Cameron admitted that he was struggling to understand the intricacies of the game — a favorite pastime of Obama's. 

"It's pretty fast and furious," Cameron said. "[President Obama] was giving me some tips. He's going to help me fill out my bracket." 

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