The Crimson Tide will be heading up to Washington, D.C., yet again this spring.
Alabama’s coaches and players will make the trek up to the nation’s capital on Wednesday for a 3 p.m. ET visit with President Barack Obama, the White House announced via Michael Casagrande of AL.com. This trip marks the fourth time that Obama has welcomed the Tide to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
It’s not the first time the commander-in-chief has mingled with Alabama this year, either. Obama gave coach Nick Saban a congratulatory phone call in January, and he struck the Heisman Trophy pose with reigning winner Derrick Henry at the National Prayer Breakfast earlier this month.
Alabama’s latest national title is its fourth in seven years under Saban and its 16th overall. On Thursday, the program unveiled a snazzy new display meant to honor that excellence.