Contestants at Mad Dog eating challenge don't go away hungry

Contestants at Mad Dog eating challenge don't go away hungry »Play Video
Keeling and Payne finished the bodacious burger and fries in just shy of 40 minutes.
LEWISTON, ID - The bibs were on Wednesday evening as a group of ten contenders competed against one another in the Mad Dog challenge.

Each contestant, along with his or her partner, was to finish a seven and a half pound burger and two pounds of fries within 40 minutes. The menu item, known as the bodacious burger rings in at $50.

"I don't think anyone's going to make it to be honest with you," said Mad Dog owner Jay Madson. "It's going to be a lot of fun to watch."

"I'm feeling miserable, but it was worth it," Mad Dog winner Eric Keeling. "I had not doubt in my mind that I wouldn't win tonight. We've been doing this a long time."

Keeling and his partner Brad Payne finished the bodacious burger and fries in just shy of 40 minutes. No other contestants finished the challenge within that time.