O'Malley Taunts Indiana Governor to Bet

Wednesday, Jan 13, 2010  |  Updated 9:02 PM EDT
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Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley is continuing his playful taunts of other governors whose states are home to football teams opposing the Baltimore Ravens in the playoffs.

He's trying to get Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels to make a gentlemanly side wager. But O'Malley told reporters he thinks Daniels is "scared."

O'Malley was quick to seize on the bitterness Maryland fans still feel toward the Colts, who spent many storied years in Baltimore before sneaking out of town in the middle of a snowy night for Indianapolis.

O'Malley bet Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick in the game between the Ravens and the New England Patriots last week, which the Ravens won.

He still hasn't received the lobsters that were wagered.

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