- Associated Press - Saturday, November 14, 2015

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio (AP) - The presidents of the University of Toledo and Bowling Green State University are putting lunch on the line in a wager on their schools’ rivalry football game.

Bowling Green’s Mary Ellen Mazey and Toledo’s Sharon Gaber are good friends and former Auburn University colleagues. They announced their bet ahead of the Falcons’ Tuesday night home game against the Rockets in the so-called Battle of I-75.

They say the losing president will have to serve lunch to the winning one in the winner’s office, while wearing the winning school’s T-shirt. They didn’t specify what will be on the menu, but the winner’s student government president and graduate student association president will also get the meal.

Toledo is 8-1 so far this season. Bowling Green is 8-2.

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