Alabama closed its visit to the White House by asking for some help from above.
As the Tide were getting ready to wrap up their visit to celebrate their 2017 College Football Playoff National Championship, Alabama punter J.K. Scott offered up a request. He wanted to pray for President Donald Trump and his staff.
Scott and several Alabama players got the opportunity to pray with the president (via ChristinaWBRC):
What a cool moment! .@AlabamaFTBL JK Scott asked @POTUS if he could pray for him and his staff. Video below shows President Trump and Bama players praying after the Tide’s @WhiteHouse visit! @WBRCnews @BarrettSallee pic.twitter.com/tE4hj4k38l
— ChristinaWBRC (@ChristinaWBRC) April 10, 2018
Some would say that Alabama had a blessed 2017 after barely making the College Football Playoff and winning the national championship in overtime. That, obviously, was why Alabama was at the White House in the first place.
The Tide might’ve just become the first team to share a post-celebration prayer with the president.