Last night's big win by Kansas to capture the NCAA men's basketball championships didn't help either Sens. Barack ObamaBarack Hussein Obama'Too Far Left' hashtag trends on Twitter Krystal Ball: Patrick's 2020 bid is particularly 'troublesome' for Warren Deval Patrick: Biden 'misses the moment' in 2020 campaign MORE (D-Ill.) and John McCainJohn Sidney McCainDonald Trump's 2020 election economic gamble 2020 Democrats make play for veterans' votes The Memo: Democrats confront prospect of long primary MORE (R-Ariz.) in their tournament brackets. Neither of the of the presidential contenders had either team in the game.

But despite the letdown in their final game picks, both Senators preformed well, just not well enough to have a clear winner.

McCain picked 38 out of 63 games right while Obama picked 37 correct. If you count just the number of games picked McCain barely eeks out a win. But if you weight the picks the results are unclear.

McCain picked two more games correctly in the first round, but Obama beat McCain by one in the second round. The totals for the remaining rounds are the same.

Depending on how the picks a scored either Senator could have won, lost or tied, hopefully not a sign of things to come on general election day.

True to life, McCain was able to battle back from an early slip. McCain picked his good friend Sen. Joe Lieberman's (I) home University of Connecticut to get the championship game. UConn lost in the first round to San Diego.