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Ohio State Will Visit White House Monday After Winning National Championship

As is tradition (unless, of course, you're Florida State), college football's national champions will get to visit the White House in celebration of their accomplishment. Wednesday, it was announced by Obama's administration that the Buckeyes will be in Washington D.C. this upcoming Monday. They'll visit the White House at 2 PM ET and, presumably, give Obama his first Ohio State football jersey.

">@BarackObama will host the Ohio State University college championship football team at the White House at 2 p.m. Monday.

— David Skolnick (@dskolnick)

@BarackObama will host the Ohio State University college championship football team at the White House at 2 p.m. Monday.

— David Skolnick (@dskolnick) April 15, 2015

">April 15, 2015

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— Aisha (@aishaali)

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Ohio State won the inaugural College Football Playoff this past year with victories over Alabama and Oregon. It was the Buckeyes' first title since 2002-2003.