‘Thank you for inspiring America’: Trump welcomes the Clemson Tigers to White House

President Trump welcomed the 2018 College Football Playoff national champions the Clemson Tigers to the White House on Jan. 14.

Trump serves fast-food meal for Clemson’s White House visit

President Trump served a fast-food meal to 2018 College Football Playoff national champions the Clemson Tigers at the White House on Jan. 14. According to CNN’s Kaitlan Collins, Trump paid for the meal because of the government shutdown.

For the second time in three years, Clemson spent time in Washington with Trump. The White House said the president paid for the fast food out of his own pocket because of the partial government shutdown.

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“If you watch the tape, you can tell that I felt sorry once it happened," the cornerback said. "But I got threats against my parents, against my mom under my Instagram pictures."

  • Perspective

The Terps are talented, young and fun — and have a chance to separate themselves from a crowded pack in the middle of the standings.

Hurts, who reportedly has entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal, attended the Maryland basketball game vs. Indiana on Friday night.

First-round pick Akeem Ward, who is from Northern Virginia and played at Creighton, could play with the first team sooner than expected because of a marked lack of depth on the back line.

Small consolation, but there’s a free sports nonuple-header for furloughed government workers on Saturday.

  • Perspective

Barron is in his first season trying to turn around the men's team at Maine. Before that, he was a success story leading the same university's women's team. And in between, he was unable to work because of a medical mystery.

He returned to the Cardinal for his senior season. It didn't go well.

  • Analysis

Arizona and West Virginia are among teams that face a heavier lift than usual at this point to get back to the Big Dance.

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Former offensive lineman Matt Branch is reportedly in intensive care, following an accident that left a close friend and hunting companion warning others to be "the utmost careful when it comes to gun safety."

Hurts was 26-2 as a starter at Alabama, but was replaced by Tua Tagovailoa.

The towering defender is in talks about a signing a homegrown contract with D.C. United. He could also revisit opportunities overseas.

A day after his team won the national championship in a stunning show of dominance, the coach’s words sounded like mission accomplished: “First and foremost, you don’t make it about Alabama . . . I think for our program, it’s something that’s been important to me from Day One, is to make it about us.”

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