Su­per Bowl LIII prop bets

Bo­vada LV lists odds for 1st TD to half­time show

USA TODAY US Edition - - SPORTS - Tom Schad

Su­per Bowl LIII be­tween the Rams and Pa­tri­ots is rapidly ap­proach­ing, which means it’s time to re­visit all of the an­nual Su­per Bowl tra­di­tions: foot­ball squares. A new wave of com­mer­cials. And out­ra­geous prop bets.

Off-the-field propo­si­tion bets, as they are more for­mally known, aren’t le­gal in Las Ve­gas, where sports books are re­quired to stick to in-game ac­tion. But each year, a num­ber of on­line out­lets give gam­blers a means of bet­ting on the strangest and most ob­scure parts of the Su­per Bowl, from the at­tire of half­time per­form­ers to spe­cific men­tions within the broad­cast.

Here are some of the weird­est propo­si­tion bets for Su­per Bowl LIII in At­lanta on Sun­day, cour­tesy of on­line sports­book Bo­vada LV.

How long will it take Gla­dys Knight to sing the na­tional an­them?

Over 1 minute, 47 sec­onds: 5-8 Un­der 1 minute, 47 sec­onds: 6-5

Will any player take a knee dur­ing the na­tional an­them?

Yes: 3-1 No: 1-5

How many plays will CBS an­a­lyst Tony Romo cor­rectly pre­dict be­fore the snap?

Over 7.5: 5-6 Un­der 7.5: 5-6

How many times will the CBS broad­cast men­tion Rams coach Sean McVay’s age?

Over 1.5: 10-19 Un­der 1.5: 29-20

What will be the jersey num­ber of the player who scores the first TD?

Over 26.5: 5-7 Un­der 26.5: 1-1

What will be the color of the liq­uid that is poured on the game-win­ning coach?

Green or yel­low: 9-4 Or­ange: 4-1

Red: 6-1

Clear: 11-5

Blue: 4-1 Pur­ple: 10-1

Will a non-quar­ter­back throw a touch­down pass?

Yes: 5-2 No: 1-4

Will a touch­down be over­turned by re­play?

Yes: 3-2 No: 1-2

Will ei­ther kicker hit the post or cross­bar on a missed field goal or ex­tra point at­tempt?

Yes: 7-2 No: 1-6

What will be the pre­dom­i­nant color of Adam Levine’s top at the start of the half­time show?

Black: 2-3

Any other color: 11-10


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