Saturday, 03 December 2011 13:51
LSU-Georgia Bout Is Jindal-Deal Faceoff Benefiting Wisconsin Governor Walker
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jindal-jeffThe LSU-Georgia game showdown is becoming a Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal vs. Governor Nathan Deal "faceoff" with Wisconsin political football getting the benefit, no matter who wins the SEC championship match.

 Jindal's press office released the following e-statement his afternoon from Press Secretary Frank Collins:

Scheduling Note: 

Governor Bobby Jindal will travel to Atlanta, GA today to attend the LSU-Georgia football game with Georgia Governor Nathan Deal. The Governor will return to Baton Rouge following the game. 

Earlier in the week, Governor Jindal and Governor Deal made a friendly bet on the game. Governor Jindal is betting fresh Louisiana seafood and Governor Deal is betting Georgia BBQ and Diet Coke. The loser also has to make a $1,000 donation to Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's campaign.

 Thanks,

Frank 

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