TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami) – The annual bet between the governors of the states in the BCS national championship game has been made and either way, someone is going to get something good.
Florida Governor Rick Scott is betting a key lime pie that the Florida State Seminoles can beat the Auburn Tigers. Not to be outdone, Alabama Governor Robert Bentley wagered a gallon of Toomer’s Drugs lemonade that Auburn can knock off the FSU juggernaut.READ MORE: Attorney For Key Ally Of Venezuela Leader's Nicolas Maduro Called His Extradition To The US Illegal
Toomer’s Drugs, located on Toomer’s corner, has been in business for more than 100 years after being founded in 1896 by a player on Auburn’s first football team.READ MORE: Haiti Gang With Past Abductions Blamed For Kidnapping Missionaries
Auburn and Florida State will play for the BCS National Championship on Monday night in Pasadena, California.MORE NEWS: Miami Police Investigate Bomb Threat
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