Reigning FCS champs NDSU Bison visit the White House

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The North Dakota State University Bison are at the White House meeting with President Trump.

As the team met with the president they gave him an NDSU jersey. The team was also flanked by members of the state's congressional delegation including senators John Hoeven and Kevin Cramer.

The team was invited to the White House as reigning FCS national champions and after winning seven of the last eight national titles.

The team will also attend a luncheon consisting of Mcdonald's and Chick Fil-A, just like FBS national Champions Clemson Tigers.

The team will fly back to Fargo and are expected back in the Red River Valley Monday night.