Governors Scott, Bentley Make Wager On BCS Game
By News Service of Florida // January 4, 2014
FSU VS. Auburn in BCS National Championship
ABOVE VIDEO: Florida State and Auburn will square off in the final championship game of the BCS era. The top-ranked Seminoles and second-ranked Tigers will play Pasadena on Monday, Jan. 6, in the 2014 BCS National Championship Game at famed Rose Bowl Stadium.
Gov. Rick Scott is betting a key lime pie — his standard wager on athletic contests involving Florida schools and teams — that Florida State University will defeat Auburn University in the BCS National Championship Game on Monday, the final college football game of the season.
Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley announced the friendly bet on his Facebook page on Thursday, saying Scott would receive a gallon of Toomer’s Drugs lemonade if FSU wins in Pasadena, Calif.
“Toomer’s Drugs has been an Auburn tradition since 1896,” Bentley wrote. “No visit would be complete without a glass of their fresh squeezed lemonade.”