Seeing as Russ Smith is one of the best collegiate basketball players in the country, an uber-fit guard who helped lead the Louisville Cardinals to the national championship, his Waffle House tradition may come as a surprise to many.

The junior guard is known for having what are called "tea parties" at a Waffle House near Louisville's campus. At the popular restaurant, Smith creates a fat-filled concoction by mixing grits and scrambled eggs, then adding butter, salt, pepper and sugar.

If you don't believe it, watch him for yourself:

As it turns out, the "tea parties" are quite the exclusive event. Despite his best wishes, senior guard Peyton Siva was shunned for much of the year. But when Louisville goes to the White House to celebrate its championship, Smith says he is looking to extend a special invitation to his Waffle House tradition:



Something tells us Michelle Obama, the founder of the Let's Move! campaign, would not be cool with her husband dining at Waffle House.

(H/T to Game On!)

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