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Ohio State players react to visiting the White House, meeting President Obama

The Buckeyes clean up well as they spent the day in Washington D.C. taking in the sites and meeting the President.

The Ohio State football team has been celebrating their national championship win for the past three months. It all culminated today, when they got their chance to meet with President of the United States, Barack Obama, and tour our nation's capital.

First stop: The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial

It wasn't just Stephen Collier who thought Darron Lee looked like Malcolm X, though:

Even former quarterbacks coach Tom Herman made the trip with the national champions.

The team was sure to have a good time and enjoy their day, but a greater message was received during the trip.

Cardale Jones has one thing in mind when he gets to the White House

While waiting for their chance to meet with the president, WR Coach Zach Smith may have coined the best hashtag for the event, #ObamaGetsToMeetTheBuckeyes.

And in case that was enough:

Waiting for your chance to meet with the president? Hang out with the presidential portraits, duh.

And it begins...

Then the president did this ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Michael Bennett capitalized on his short time behind President Obama.

All sorts of excitement followed the ceremony with Mr. Obama.

And then to cap off a great day, WR Noah Brown left us with this gem: