Georgia will not be traveling to the White House to celebrate its 2022 national championship.

According to The Athletic’s Seth Emerson, the program has declined an invitation to meet with the President on June 12. The date, Georgia says, doesn’t work with the student-athletes’ schedule.

“Unfortunately, the date suggested is not feasible given the student-athlete calendar and time of year,” a spokesman for the athletic department told The Athletic in a statement. “However, we are appreciative of the invitation and look forward to other opportunities for Georgia teams moving forward.”

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, and went through the early months of 2023 without an invite.

The Athens Banner-Herald reported in February that President Joe Biden was “look[ing] forward to welcoming the Georgia Bulldogs to the White House.” The Banner-Herald was then told on the eve of spring practice nearly a month later that an invite had yet to arrive still.

UGA said in a statement to The Banner-Herald on Tuesday that the invite landed on May 3.

Final exams wrap up this week at Georgia, and then most of the team will depart before returning for summer workouts in June.

The LSU women’s basketball team and the UConn men’s basketball team — both national champions — will visit the White House on May 26. On June 12, the White House will welcome “dozens of championship teams across different sports and different NCAA divisions” for what is being dubbed “College Athlete Day.”

That day will not feature college football’s two-time defending champs.