Alabama Crimson Tide head coach took a congratulatory phone call from president Barack Obama after their National Championship win.

Photo: Nick Saban takes phone call from Barack Obama

Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide pulled off a National Championship win over the Clemson Tigers, 45-40. The win solidified Saban’s standing as one of the top coaches in college football history and resulted in the Crimson Tide coach receiving a congrtulatory phone call from the most powerful man in the country, President Barack Obama.

Coach Saban takes a congratulatory phone call from President Obama @POTUS Wednesday. #NationalChampionship #RollTide pic.twitter.com/fN493NgmN5

— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) January 13, 2016

First of all, almost anyone would love to have the office that Saban has. Secondly, this is an awesome moment for a photograph to capture and the Crimson Tide should be very proud of the season they had en route to winning their fourth title in seven years.

After losing to Ole Miss in the middle of the season, being able to bounce back the way they did showed just how great of a football team they truly are.

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