Banned University of Missouri Fraternity Challenges Carrie Underwood to Hockey Bet

Banned University of Missouri Fraternity Challenges Carrie Underwood to Hockey Bet

You can’t make this stuff up.

A fraternity that was banned from the University of Missouri as a recognized student organization because of alcohol—and buttocks—violations has issued a challenge to Carrie Underwood.

The Sigma Pi fraternity of Columbia, Mo., posted a Twitter video yesterday (April 25) with their challenge: If the Nashville Predators beat the St. Louis Blues in their upcoming NHL playoff series, the frat will come to Nashville and donate 200 hours of community service to the charity of Carrie’s choice. If the Blues win, the frat wants Carrie to perform a concert in Columbia and donate the proceeds to a charity of the frat’s choice.

Although the fraternity received a lifetime ban by the University of Missouri last year, the guys continue to live in the frat house and operate normally with the support of their national organization.

No word yet from Carrie or her camp regarding the challenge.

The Blues and the Predators face off in Game 1 tonight (April 26).

photo via Carrie Underwood’s Instagram page

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