WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama is congratulating University of Alabama football coach Nick Saban on another BCS championship, joking that ``he and the Crimson Tide are beginning to make this a habit.''
Alabama won its third championship during Obama's presidency on Monday night, defeating Notre Dame 42-14 in Miami.
Obama called Saban on Thursday afternoon and noted that it was the third time he'd made the congratulatory call to the coach.
The White House says Obama commended Saban ``on the incredible organization he has built'' and said he looks forward to congratulating the team in person at the White House.

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