SOUTHFIELD (CBS Detroit) It’s a $250 bet between the co-hosts of the Karsch and Anderson show on 97.1 The Ticket.
You can join in, too. And everybody wins.READ MORE: Nick Cannon Mourns Loss Of His Youngest Child To Brain Tumor
University of Michigan football fan Doug Karsch is betting co-host Scott “Gator” Anderson, an MSU fan, on the outcome of the big U-M, MSU game.
It’s loser donates all so if Michigan loses, Karsch will donate $250 for charities related to MSU and U-M; and if State loses, Gator will donate to both charities.
And they’re not just any old charities, they’re groups honoring special kids with inspirational stories. The MSU charity we’ve chosen honors Princess Lacey, a 6-year-old who stole hearts across the country after she was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a fetal-nerve cell cancer.
She befriended Adreian Payne, who visited her over and over in the hospital and took her to games. Lacey, in a long, flowing blonde wig, helped Payne cut down the net after MSU won the Big Ten title. Get details about her story HERE.READ MORE: Sheriff's, No Threat Found After Walled Lake Central HS Went Into Lockdown Tuesday
For Michigan, the bet benefits a charity for Chad Carr, the 4-year-old grandson of Lloyd Carr who was recently diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. Get details about his story HERE.
We’re inviting you to take the challenge with your friends: If Michigan wins, the MSU fans must donate to both charities; if MSU wins, U-M fans must donate to both charities.Wayne County Jail Contract Employee Allegedly Smuggled Cell Phone, Weed To Inmates