Lexington, Louisville Mayors In Final 4 Bet

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Updated: 3/26/2012 5:43 pm
The mayors of Lexington and Louisville are getting into the Final Four frenzy themselves.

Louisville mayor Greg Fischer presented a bottle of Woodford Reserve Bourbon to Lexington mayor Jim Gray at the regular meeting of the Bluegrass Economic Advancement Movement Monday.

Gray offered Fischer some Kentucky Bourbon Ale. Both mayors also made a friendly wager: if Kentucky wins the game Saturday night, Fischer will remain in New Orleans for the championship game and wear blue in support of the Wildcats.

If Louisville wins, Gray will stay for the title contest and wear red to support the Cardinals. The UK-Louisville matchup is this Saturday night just after 6 p.m.

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