Schwarzenegger bets the California "farm" on Texas v. USC
|After after we reported that U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein placed a friendly wager on the Texas v. USC game, Gov. Schwarzenegger has jumped into the action.|
He is betting the farm--or at least California farm-grown products on the game. Here's in our state's betting basket:
Zesty California avocados
Pleasing canned black olives and sweet cling peaches
Tasty California salmon
Top quality California grown chicken, turkey and lamb
Flavorful California grown garlic
Fresh California grown oranges
Sweet California grown strawberries
An assortment of California grown nuts and dried fruits (walnuts, raisins, dried figs)
Fine California Wine
By the time you are done reading that, you are either hungry, desperately looking for another succulent adjective--or both.
Here's the official rules of the wager:
In the spirit of friendly competition, each governor will wager a pair of boots and products from their respective states. The two pairs of boots will be signed by both governors and auctioned off with the proceeds going to charity. If USC is victorious, the National Guard Association of California - Scholarship Fund will receive the proceeds of the bet and the California National Guard will receive the baskets of California Grown goods and Texas products. If the Texas Longhorns win, the Texas Disaster Relief Fund will receive the proceeds of the wager and the Texas National Guard will win both baskets.