Winning Super Bowl Coach Backed To Be Doused In Orange Gatorade
A mouth-watering Super Bowl lies in wait but not all eyes will be on the pitch as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers become the first side to play the showdown in their home stadium on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Punters have been already been speculating on the finer details of the annual spectacle down to the long-standing tradition of dumping Gatorade on the winning coach.
We have made it a 6/5 shot that this year’s lucky recipient is doused in orange Gatorade, as has been the case in five of the last 11 Super Bowls
…including Andy Reid’s soaking after last year’s victory for the Chiefs over the San Francisco 49ers.
Even the national anthem has been the subject of speculation with Grammy nominated singers Eric Church and Jazmine Sullivan Even Money shots to put in a rendition of The Star-Spangled Banner lasting over two minutes.
On the pitch, the chances of all-time records being smashed are also being well backed with two star quarterbacks on show in Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady fighting it out to be crowned Most Valuable Player. Mahomes is the 5/6 favourite to walk away with that accolade to Brady’s 2/1, while the chances of either quarterback throwing for over 500 yards has been cut into 33/1 from 50/1.
The pair combined for an impressive 807 passing yards and six touchdowns during their meeting in week 12 of the regular season and the chances of them contributing to a record Super Bowl points haul of 76 points or more has also been backed down to 8/1 from 12/1.
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