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School board members make "friendly" bet on UM-UF game

Miami-Dade School Board Member Larry Feldman is a Florida Gator.

His fellow board member Carlos Curbelo is a Miami Hurricane.

The two have a "friendly" bet riding on this Saturday's big UM-UF football game.

The agreement: the losing board member must serve lunch at a school in the winning board member's district. (The winner will help, too.) The losing school board member must also wear the winning team’s jersey. 

“I am looking forward to serving lunch with Board Member Curbelo in any school," Feldman said in a statement Friday. "I think this is a wonderful opportunity to get involved in the community and connect with our students and staff.  In this case, I think Carlos and I agree: It’s not all about the U, it’s about the kids.”

That's not quite the trashtalking Marc Caputo and Connie Ogle did in today's Herald, but we'll take it anyway. 

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Miro

Instead of focusing on school issues, they are worried about something irrelevant... gambling on a school team,that is what Politican do aviod the issue on hand... I guess the Genting group hired the right guy Carlos Curbelo, don't worry I will vote for Eddie next time.

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