Governors Settle On Super Bowl Bet The governors of New York and Massachusetts are betting on the Giants and Patriots. Andrew Cuomo's wager includes bagels. Deval Patrick's bet includes clam chowder.
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Governors Settle On Super Bowl Bet

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Governors Settle On Super Bowl Bet

Governors Settle On Super Bowl Bet

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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep with Super Bowl food news. The governors of New York and Massachusetts are betting on the Giants and Patriots. Andrew Cuomo's wager includes bagels. Deval Patrick's includes clam chowder. Win or lose, the Giants get sugar. The mother-in-law of Giants center Jim Cordle bought the team six dozen blueberry doughnuts. Doughnuts could give the team energy to win. Who knows? Though if the whole team gets sick it could get awkward in the Cordle family. You're listening to MORNING EDITION.

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