The College of Georgia soccer workforce is bucking custom … electing to not go to the White Home after successful its second consecutive nationwide championship in January.
The Bulldogs — who defeated TCU in dominant style — introduced the choice Tuesday … saying they obtained an invite from Joe Biden and Co. final week, asking the soccer workforce to have fun their CFB title at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave on June 12.
Nevertheless, this system stated the date — virtually per week earlier than summer time begins — is “not possible” due to the calls for positioned on their student-athletes throughout that point.
However, the Bulldogs stated they recognize the invite and stay up for taking the White Home up on the supply if this system continues rattling off titles.
FYI, the final school soccer workforce to go to the W.H. was the 2019 LSU Tigers. Alabama did not go in 2020 due to COVID-19 protocols.
That is the second time the Bulldogs are skipping out on getting a while with the POTUS — in 2021, Georgia elected to not go to as a result of pandemic.
In the meantime, LSU star Angel Reese and the Tigers, who defeated Iowa to win the college’s first NCAA title, introduced Monday they’ll go to the White Home on Could 26.
Bear in mind, Reese initially took concern with First Woman Jill Biden after FLOTUS stated Iowa ought to attend the White Home alongside LSU … calling the suggestion a “joke.”
Reese ultimately stated she’d make the journey along with her teammates … saying, “I am a workforce participant. I’ll do what’s greatest for the workforce. I am the captain.”