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Super Bowl Gatorade Color, Coin Toss Results & More Key Prop Bet Results

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Super Bowl Prop Bet Results

National Anthem
Coin Toss
First TD
Rob Gronkowski
Gatorade Color
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Gatorade Color

According to photos, the Buccaneers dumped blue gatorade on Bruce Arians after their win over the Chiefs.

First Touchdown Scorer

Rob Gronkowski scored the first touchdown of Super Bowl 55. His odds were listed at +1800 heading into the game.

Super Bowl Coin Toss Result

The Super Bowl coin toss result was heads.

Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce correctly called the result and Kansas City deferred.

National Anthem Length

Jazmine Sullivan’s and Eric Church’s national anthem performance clocked in at 2:16 by Action’s unofficial count.

Pre-Game Novelty Prop Odds

Novelty props are some of the most entertaining and fun bets recreational bettors look to make every year for the Super Bowl.

These props aren’t based on what a player will do on the field. There’s usually no actual data, science, research or methodology behind any of the bets. But they’re fun and popular, especially for contests.

One of the most popular wagers is the coin toss. What better way to start sweating the game than on a heads or tails proposition? Now, betting the coin toss is clearly a losing bet long term and offers terrible odds. But betting on the Super Bowl can be fun if done the right way, which P.J. Walsh explains here. 

A famous photo at the end of every Super Bowl often contains the head coach of the winning team getting a Gatorade shower. While the average fan might not notice what that color is, gamblers are paying close attention. Betting lines are often available on what color gets dumped on the head coach. This year, the favorite is orange, which was also the winning color last season.

Normally a bet only available at illegal sportsbooks, the national anthem is a common option in office pools and contests with friends. This year, a lot of places, including PointsBet, have taken the bet off the board after video leaked of the rehearsal.

But because some bets may have been made before books pulled them off the board, we’ll be tracking the time.

Not only that, but check back for updates throughout the game as we update the results of all the novelty props, including overtime bets and a possible safety.

Super Bowl Coin Toss Odds

Odds as of Sunday and via DraftKings.

Super Bowl Gatorade Color Odds

Odds as of Sunday and via DraftKings.

Super Bowl Prop Bet Analysis

Click on a prop type to read more
Coin Flip
Gatorade Color
National Anthem
Safety & Overtime

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