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Former Ohio State Player Taunts Clemson About White House Meal

clemson football players at the white house

WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 14: (AFP OUT) Members of the Clemson Tigers football team prepare to dine on fast food served by President Trump to celebrate their Championship at the White House on January 14, 2019 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Chris Kleponis-Pool/Getty Images)

A former Ohio State football player has taken to Twitter to taunt Clemson about its White House visit on Monday night.

Much has been made about the Tigers' trip to see President Trump, with most of the attention centered on the meal they were given.

President Trump paid for McDonald's, Wendy's, Burger King and pizza with part of the government shut down.

Most of Clemson's players seemed to like it, though the feast was mocked by some on social media.

president Donald Trump at the white house dinner. He is currently working to get the Big Ten football season restored for the fall.

(Photo by Chris Kleponis-Pool/Getty Images)

A former Ohio State player, who was on the Buckeyes' national title-winning team that visited President Obama, took to Twitter to taunt the Tigers.

"Just know we didn’t have McDonalds baby," he tweeted, sharing a photo of the visit.

There have been plenty of national title-winning teams that didn't get any kind of food while making their White House trip, though, so it could've been worse for Clemson.

Clemson could be back at the White House next year, as the Tigers are the likely preseason No. 1.

Perhaps they'll get a different meal next time.