White House & Alabama Crimson Tide
The White House is the official residence and principal workplace of the President of the United States. The University of Alabama features 19 varsity sports teams./5
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Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide football team have gotten very familiar with President Barack Obama over the past few years and they will once again be meeting with the POTUS at the White House next Wednesday, the White House announced on Thursday. It will be the team’s third visit to the ca...
This week, the President visited one of the Sunshine State's largest ports, attended the Summit of the Americas in Cartagena, Colombia, announced new steps to strengthen oversight of energy markets, welcomed champion NASCAR drivers and the Alabama Crimson Tide football team to the White House, and traveled to Ohio to speak with unemployed workers about the importance of job training programs. That's April 13th to April 19th or "Roll Tide." LKC III . . .
Look here.I'm tired of reading these post concerning Alabama Crimson Tide going the White House. The only reason Obama invited Saban is because he needed someone else for his Secret Service to bang. Alabama only won because Les Miles was too stupid to change quarter backs. Alabama can't even hang on to their trophy without dropping it. Petrino was National Championship bound until LSU planted that *** in Arkansas. Have a good day. The end.
THE PRESIDENT: Well, good afternoon, everybody. Have a seat. Have a seat. It is my pleasure to welcome the Alabama Crimson Tide back to the White House -- (applause) -- and congratulate them on winning their 14th National Championship -- their second in three years. Roll Tide. (Applause.)
This will be the ONLY time EVER that I will quote President Obama, but I think it's a good reminder to all of my LSU friends :) Remarks by the President Honoring the 2011 NCAA Football Champion University of Alabama Crimson Tide- April 19, 2012, White House, South Lawn: "In the National Championship game, the Tide not only beat the Tigers; they shut them out -- the first in BCS championship game history. (Applause.) LSU earned just five first downs, crossed the midfield line only once, and were held to less than 100 yards." Roll Tide ROLL
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama is playing host to the national champion University of Alabama Crimson Tide football team at the White House. Obama, an avid sports fan, has followed a presidential tradition of inviting sports champions to come to Washington to be recognized for their exploits.
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