President Trump calls Coach O
BATON ROUGE - After a victorious game against the Oklahoma Sooners and an undefeated season, the LSU Tigers are the talk of the nation. Even the White House acknowledged the team's big win.
According to The Advocate, President Trump called Coach Ed Orgeron on Monday to discuss the team's historic season.
Coach Orgeron shared the gist of their conversation during the College Football Playoff's national championship game teleconference, Tuesday morning, saying, "I was very honored to get a call from President Trump. He was very pleasant to talk to. Very complimentary of our football team, our coaching staff."
"Complimentary of the way the state of Louisiana has rallied around us. Was complimentary of the way we played all year and wished us good luck in the game."
Mr. Trump attended LSU's game at Alabama earlier this season, when the Tigers defeated the Crimson Tide, 46-41.
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