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Tuscaloosa, South Bend mayors make BCS wager

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TUSCALOOSA, AL (WBRC) -

In less than a month the Crimson Tide will face Notre Dame's Fighting Irish for the BCS Championship.

In preparation of that day, the mayors of each team's town made a friendly, if charitable, wager. If Alabama wins South Bend Mayor Pete Buddha-Judge will make a donation to the City of Tuscaloosa Storm Recovery Fund plus send a box of chocolates.

If Notre Dame wins Mayor Walt Maddox will make a donation to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Saint Joseph County plus send a slab of Dreamland ribs.

"He called me and said let's do something, let's put Tuscaloosa and South Bend out there to let people know about. We thought a good friendly wager, one which highlighted a local delicacy so to speak and also put some money towards charities," Maddox said.

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