Fox Sports NFL analystTerry Bradshaw said President Trumps decision toattend a pivotal college football matchup between the University ofAlabamaandLSUthis weekend is a pretty incredible thing.
Trump is making preparations to attend the game between the two SEC rivals,Sports Illustratedreported Monday. It is one of the most anticipated matchups of the season and a game that will include the two top-ranked teams in the Associated Press top 25 poll.
Trump was on the field for the 2018 national championship game between the Crimson Tide and theGeorgia Bulldogs. He stayed for the first half before leaving the game.
The president has been making the rounds at several sporting events over the last week or so. Trump was at Game 5 of the World Series in Washington D.C. and he was at UFC 244 in New York City. In both instances, Trump received a smattering of cheers and boos from the crowd.
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Appearing onFox Friends,the Hall of Fame NFL quarterback said hehas his [hat] off to President Trump having the guts to go in there, lamenting the fans who choose to boo the commander-in-chief.
The only thing Ive noticed in our political environment today and maybe it started a few years ago -- its really right, its really left, and its really angry, and its ugly, and its hostile, he told the Friends hosts.
Ive never seen it like that in this country.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban said it was an honor that the president would be interested enough to come to the game.
Im sure well do everything we can to welcome him, he told the Montgomery Adviser.
However, LSU coach Ed Orgeron told the same publication that he hopes that the president will sit right there in the middle and cheer for both sides.
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Regardless, Bradshaw predicts victory for the Tigers.
As a matter of fact, he said, I had a dream. Get this: I had a dream that for whatever reason -- I didnt go to LSU -- LSU won that football game. Hey, isnt that the best?
The pivotal SEC gameis set for a 3:30 p.m. ET start at Bryant-Denny Stadium.
Fox News Ryan Gaydos contributed to this report.B:
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