The 2019 college football National Champions are headed to the nation's capital.
The LSU Tigers football team, fresh off a 15-0 season and a dominant College Football Playoff Championship victory over the Clemson Tigers, will fly to Washington, D.C. on Thursday for a two-day celebration, according to the university.
The team is expected to land in D.C. just before 6 p.m. EST on Thursday, and will then head to a celebratory dinner at the Kennedy Center. After the dinner, the Tigers will travel around D.C. on a bus tour.
The following day, LSU will begin their festivities with a tour of the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Later on Friday, they will head to the White House and visit with President Donald Trump, before returning to Baton Rouge on Friday night.
The Tigers are the first team to visit the White House since the Nationals did in November following the team's first-ever World Series title.
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