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On Wednesday, March 6, President Barack Obama will welcome the BCS National Champion Alabama Crimson Tide at the White House to honor their 15th national championship and their exceptional 2012-2013 season. I’m sure Crimson Tide at the White House day might have a mention or two of the Tide’s utter destruction of Notre Dame in a title game which ended at the coin flip. The POTUS will also continue his tradition of honoring championship sports teams, but I’m guessing this will be a tough ticket to get in.
And a hard press pass to obtain.
President Obama will make his remarks honoring the BCS National Champion University of Alabama at 2:05 eastern. But for national security reasons, Crimson Tide at the White House day has stringent media admission standards. As it should:
TO RSVP: Members of the media who wish to cover this event must RSVP to EMAIL ADDRESS REDACTED FOR SPORTS BANK SECURITY PURPOSES with the subject line “Alabama” before 12:00PM EDT Tuesday, March 5. NOTE...
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