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Photo: Clemson Alum C.J. Spiller Loses A Bet, Has To Wear A Florida State T-Shirt

NFL players making bets with teammates when their alma maters match up on the football field is pretty common. Two Buffalo Bills players -- running back C.J. Spiller and fullback Lonnie Pryor -- made a wager on Saturday's Florida State/Clemson game. Spiller was an All-American running back for Tigers, while Pryor was the MVP of the 2013 Orange Bowl for the 'Noles.

We don't know what would have happened if Spiller won the bet, but since Florida State took down Clemson, Pryor came out on top, and made Spiller wear an FSU shirt. Pryor then took a picture of Spiller wearing the 'Noles threads and posted it to Twitter.

">@CJSPILLER for being a good sport and keeping your promise lol. GO NOLES #DallasToDallas world... pic.twitter.com/ws9IxdpQf2

— Lonnie Clinton Pryor (@Lonnie_Legend)

Thanks @CJSPILLER for being a good sport and keeping your promise lol. GO NOLES #DallasToDallas world... pic.twitter.com/ws9IxdpQf2

— Brody Stark (@Lonnie_Legend) September 22, 2014

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Give Spiller credit for not backing away from his side of the bet. We'll see if he tries to get revenge on Pryor the next time that FSU and Clemson play.