On Monday, first lady Jill Biden mentioned she would like to extend a dual invitation to championship winners LSU and Iowa. Being a fan of the opposing team, Biden watched LSU win 102-85 over Iowa from the stands and spoke at the Colorado State Capitol afterward. During her remarks, Biden praised Iowa’s basketball team for their hard work and congratulated both teams on their performances.

“I know we’ll have the champions come to the White House; we always do. So, we hope LSU will come,” Biden said. “But, you know, I’m going to tell Joe I think Iowa should come too, because they played such a good game.”

LSU players caught wind of the invite and have vocalized their frustrations with guard Alexis Morris pitching other celebratory plans on Twitter after Biden expressed interest in inviting Iowa to the White House along with LSU.

Morris requested to celebrate the program’s first national title with the Obamas.

“Michelle OBAMA, can we (LSU NATIONAL CHAMPS) come celebrate our win at your house?” Morris tweeted.

“Mrs. Obama made sure we had healthy snacks when I was in middle school, I still eat BAKED HOT CHEETOS! Come on, Auntie Michelle,” she added.

Fellow team members Angel Reese and Flau’jae Johnson also shared their feelings following Biden’s invitation to the White House.

“If we lost, would we be invited? That’s all I’m asking,” Flau’jae tweeted.

On Tuesday, the first lady’s press secretary Vanessa Valdivia clarified on Twitter that Biden “admires how far women have advanced in sports since the passing of Title IX.”

“Her (Biden) comments in Colorado were intended to applaud the historic game and all women athletes. She looks forward to celebrating the LSU Tigers on their championship win at the White House,” Valdivia also informed readers.

The Obamas have yet to respond to the request.