What a difference a second half made for the Crimson Tide's off season plans.

The way the first half looked in the College Football Playoff championship game, the Alabama could be using the spring to regroup and prepare for redemption in the upcoming season. Instead the Crimson Tide are preparing to defend another national title and meeting the President of the United States.

On Tuesday, Nick Saban and the rest of the Crimson Tide players and staff had the honor to visit White House and meet with President Donald Trump to continue their celebration of winning their 17th national championship.

Offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman had the opportunity to be apart of two trips to Washington D.C. However this time it was as a captain and his final celebration with his teammates as he prepares for the 2018 NFL Draft.

Bradley Bozeman shaking hands with President Donald Trump during Alabama's White House visit. - Photo Courtesy of RollTide.com

Bozeman joined The Game with Ryan Fowler to discuss Alabama recent trip to the White House, the offensive line's chemistry, Ross Pierschbacher brings to the offensive line, competing with DaRon Payne at practice, and his challenges with bullying at an early age.

For more Bozeman's conversation with Ryan Fowler, make sure you watch the video above the article. Don't miss The Game weekday afternoons from 2-6 p.m. for the latest surrounding the Alabama Crimson Tide.