Darien First Selectman Jayme Stevenson and New Canaan First Selectman Kevin Moynihan have made a $100 on the Turkey Bowl this year.
The discussion took place during a talk with the HAN Network on Tuesday as part of the Network's Turkey Bowl coverage. If Darien wins, Kevin will donate $100 to Darien Human Services and if New Canaan wins, Jayme will donate to the Waveny Park Conservancy. HAN Network will match the donation.  The chat with the two town leaders is part of the pre-Turkey Bowl show that will air Thanksgiving morning beginning at 8:45 a.m.

The undefeated Darien Blue Wave take on their longtime rival the New Canaan Rams in the annual Turkey Bowl on Thanksgiving morning at Boyle Stadium in Stamford.

The game will be broadcast live at 10 a.m. Thursday on HAN.network, as well on Frontier Communications channels 600/1600.

In one of the oldest rivalries in Connecticut, Darien and New Canaan have been playing each other in football since the 1920s. Last year we were all treated to a Turkey Bowl classic as the Blue Wave escaped with a 37-34 overtime victory over the Rams that had everyone on the edge of their seats to the very last play of the game.

Before this year’s big game begins, watch FCIAC Turkey Bowl Tailgate, HAN Network’s pregame show, at 8:45 a.m., featuring interviews and other features with Frank Granito, John Kovach, Kevin Coleman, and Kate Czaplinski and the rest of the HAN crew