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Kyle Busch pays off on Super Bowl bet loss to Kasey Kahne, wears Seahawks jersey

Feb 13, 2014, 7:30 PM EST

In a photo taken from his Twitter feed, Kyle Busch indeed paid off on his lost Super Bowl bet to Kasey Kahne, wearing a Seattle Seahawks jersey and cap. In a photo taken from his Twitter feed, Kyle Busch indeed paid off on his lost Super Bowl bet to Kasey Kahne, wearing a Seattle Seahawks jersey and cap.

So, how does crow taste, Kyle Busch?

The younger Busch brother made the mistake of betting Kasey Kahne on the outcome of this year’s Super Bowl. Busch pulled for the Denver Broncos while Kahne went with his home state Seattle Seahawks.

The bet was pretty straightforward: the loser wore a jersey and other regalia of the other driver’s favorite team.

In this case, with the 43-8 shellacking that Seahawks gave to the Broncos, Busch paid off the bet – kind of – by wearing Seahawks gear on his plane ride to Daytona Beach for Thursday’s NASCAR Media Day.

He even took a couple of photos and tweeted the proof.

But when it came time to meet the media Thursday, Busch had done a quick change from the Seahawks regalia into his Joe Gibbs Racing firesuit.

What, couldn’t you stand the embarrassment, Kyle?

In an interview with NASCAR.com’s Alan Cavanna, Busch displayed a little bit of being a sore loser, claiming the Broncos “sent their high school team” against the Seahawks.

Now the question is when will we REALLY see Busch proudly (yeah, right) wearing his Seahawks jersey? Or did he burn it already because he couldn’t stand the embarrassment?

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  1. kdoan82 - Feb 14, 2014 at 2:04 PM

    I would think his sponsors who pay serious coin to have their logos/names on his firesuit had something to say about the “quick change” before media day.

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