Obama picks Indiana over Louisville in NCAA basketball bracket

President Obama is picking Indiana to win the NCAA men’s basketball championship.

Obama filled out his bracket on Tuesday in a video for ESPN, choosing the Hoosiers to defeat Louisville in the final.

Obama’s Final Four also included Florida and Ohio State.

This is the fifth year in a row that Obama has filled out a bracket. In 2009, he correctly picked North Carolina to win the championship.

Two of the schools in Obama’s final four are in swing states, though the president won’t be running for reelection again.

The president’s picks don't include any huge upsets.

Indiana and Louisville are both No. 1 seeds, while Ohio State and Florida are No. 2 and No. 3 seeds, respectively.

Republicans have criticized Obama in recent weeks over his NCAA bracket. House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) earlier this month said Obama probably spends more time on his bracket than on the budget. While Obama’s bracket is on time, his budget is late and has yet to be produced.

“How can a president not want to balance the budget? How does he forgot what he said? One of his first goals in the first four years was to cut the deficit in half. Now he doesn’t care. He doesn’t even produce a budget,” McCarthy told Fox News. "I’ll bet you this. I bet you he spends more time filling out his March Madness brackets than he does writing a budget.”