Georgia has its White House invitation.

Marc Weiszer of The Athens Banner-Herald reported on Wednesday that the Bulldogs have been officially invited to the White House for a meeting with President Joe Biden.

“The President looks forward to welcoming the Georgia Bulldogs to the White House,” a White House official said in a statement provided to The Banner-Herald. 

The last college football champion to visit the White House was LSU in 2020, shortly after beating Clemson to claim the national title. Georgia did not visit in 2022 after winning its first title in more than 4 decades.

That, coupled with the delay in getting an invite this year — Georgia’s win over TCU took place over a month ago — prompted speculation the Bulldogs might not make it to the nation’s capital this time around either. Georgia defensive lineman Warren Brinson even tweeted about the lack of an invite on Monday.

The NBA and MLB champions have also met with the President at the White House in recent months. Per Weiszer, no date had been set for the visit as of publication.

Georgia defeated TCU 65-7 to win the 2023 College Football Playoff national championship last month. The 65 points scored were the most in any BCS/CFP title game. It was also the largest margin of victory in FBS bowl history.