Governors Scott, Bentley Make Wager On BCS Game

By  //  January 4, 2014

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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.

Rick Scott
Rick Scott
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Robert Bentley

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.”

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