Alabama visits White House, Barack Obama says 'Roll Tide'

In his four years as president, Barack Obama has greeted Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide three times. He's starting to get used to it.

Alabama visited the White House to celebrate their third national championship in four years, and President Obama now has a full cabinet of Crimson Tide gear.

Yes, the Tide rolled into Washington -- they were supposed to do this about a month ago, but snow got in the way -- and I guess the most surprising thing is that Nick Saban told a joke. Note that Obama gets jersey number "15" -- not the customary "44" for what number president he is or "1" because yeah, we're No. 1 WOOOOO! It's very Tide-ish, and they did the same thing last year with No. 14. A real bummer for freshman quarterback Parker McLeod, who wears the number now.

OH MAN OH MAN OH MAN CAN WE PLEASE GET VIDEO OF BARACK OBAMA SAYING "ROLL TIDE" PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE SOMEBODY GET ON THIS

Yes, there were jokes about how often Alabama wins:

HEY WHITE HOUSE

HEY WHITE HOUSE

HEY WHITE HOUSE

WE JUST VISITED THE HELL OUTTA YOU

RAMMER JAMMER YELLA HAMA GIVE EM HELL BARACK OBAMA

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