Cats Win Brings Kansas Beef To Lexington Shelter

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 5/07/2012 10:40 pm
Some Kansas beef is headed to a Lexington Shelter.

Governor Beshear bet with the Governor of Kansas, Sam Brownback, over the outcome of the NCAA Championship Game.

Since Kentucky won, Kansas will send Kentucky 440 Kansas steak burgers.

Governor Beshear will give them to the Jacobs Hope Cafeteria in Lexington.

He will be there Tuesday to accept the beef.

If Kansas had won the game, Kentucky would have given country ham to a shelter in Kansas.
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