Alabama is being honored at the White House Tuesday following the program’s latest National Championship season while Auburn is being honored by the Paul Finebaum Show but having Daniel Carlson join the program for an interview.
Finebaum was nice enough to bring up the Crimson Tide’s trip to Washington, D.C, to which Carlson replied, “They might be national champs but we’re state champs.”
Auburn did beat Alabama in the regular season in a dominant 26-14 performance. The win gave the Tigers the SEC West title and a spot in the 2017 SEC Championship Game but essentially also gave Alabama an extra bye week heading into the College Football Playoff when the Tigers lost in Atlanta to Georgia.
— Paul Finebaum (@finebaum) April 10, 2018
Carlson’s comment didn’t exactly go over well on Twitter. Check out some of the responses to his “state champs” line:
Absolute mentality of a loser
— mike (@MichaelArkin) April 10, 2018
— Will Elliott (@Will_Elliott22) April 10, 2018
@TaylorStricklin congrats on y’all’s AHSAA state championship lil bro
— Taylor Price (@tprice1832) April 10, 2018
Bwahahahahahahahah as long as that helps you sleeep at night.
— John (@jmcphillipsjr) April 10, 2018
Ask him which he would rather be
— Bill Cash (@BillCashwcc) April 10, 2018
Bama has Champion of Life coach Butch Jones so add that trophy to the mantle as well
[X] National Champs
[X] Sugar Bowl Champs
[X] Life Champs
[ ] State Champs
— Ash (@namath1234) April 10, 2018
Such an Auburn thing to say.
— Timothy Daugherty (@TheCoastiemater) April 10, 2018
Also runner ups in the Peach Bowl. Congratulations?
— Scott Barnes (@Scott35111) April 10, 2018
— Dump Man (@TheDumpMan) April 10, 2018