Jindal wagers seafood vs. BBQ in SEC Championship
BATON ROUGE - Gov. Bobby Jindal told reporters today he'd bet Georgia's governor that LSU would bring home the SEC Championship.
Jindal said he'd put forward the usual wager: a Louisiana seafood dinner. In return, Gov. Nathan Deal wagered a meal of Georgia barbecue and a case of Diet Coke. Atlanta is the home to the Coca-Cola Company.
This is the fourth sports-related wager Jindal has made this year, three for LSU games and one for the Saints season opener against the Packers, which they lost.
Jindal won a key lime pie from Florida Gov. Rick Perry, and is still owed a 13 National Championship BLT by Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley.
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