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Super Bowl 58: National Anthem, Gatorade, Coin Toss Odds & Picks

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Super Bowl 58: National Anthem, Gatorade, Coin Toss Odds & Picks

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The length of the National Anthem, the outcome of the coin toss, and the color of the post-game Gatorade bath are three events that Super Bowl 58 betting fans of all types can wager upon legally in the United States, no matter their football knowledge. We'll take a look at the odds on each one below. 

"The Star-Spangled Banner" will be performed ahead of Super Bowl 58 by country music legend Reba McEntire

The Super Bowl is the last great American gathering. More than 110 million people are expected to tune in to The Big Game on Sunday, Feb. 11 on CBS when the AFC and NFC champions meet in Super Bowl 58 inside Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. And millions will tune in for the commercials, the halftime show, or to glimpse their favorite celebrity in attendance. 


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That means Taylor Swift as the Chiefs return to defend their title.

But you won't legally be able to bet on "The Number Of Times Taylor Swift Is Shown During The Game" at any legal sports book in the United States. While some novelty props are legal in certain jurisdictions, wagers concerning Swift's clothes, shoes, or what she might do during The Big Game are not allowed in any U.S. jurisdiction. 

"When you go back to my Vegas days, we were never allowed to do color of Gatorade and some things like that, but we've been able to do that in some various states across the country," said DraftKings Director of Race and Sports Johnny Avello

There are thousands of wagers available on sports betting apps and across betting sites based on the game’s outcome. For those who don’t care to wager on football, these three major betting markets cause as much discussion as any play during the game. 

They are the result of the coin toss, the national anthem's length, and the Gatorade's color dumped on the winning coach. Here is a look at each of those novelty markets with the latest NFL odds available, as well as our best bets on each market:

Super Bowl 58 National Anthem Odds: How Long Will It Last? 

McEntire famously sang the National Anthem ahead of the 1974 National Finals Rodeo in Oklahoma City in 1 minute, 10 seconds, That, performance, according to her website, "set her Superstar status in motion" She was also a contestant in the barrel racing event at age 19. 

McEntire, 68, performed the Anthem for 10 years at the Finals Rodeo and has sung it countless times since. I was included before Game 1 of the 1985 World Series. That performance took just 1 minute, and 6 seconds. 

By 1997, she was up to 83 seconds when she sang the National Anthem ahead of the Game 3 of the 1997 World Series in Cleveland. 

The number opened on Sunday at 86.5 seconds but was quickly bet up to 90.5 second at FanDuel

Even with the Super Bowl antics, it's hard to push an icon like McEntire to go too long when she's been singing the anthem in front of large audiences for 50 years. 


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Ahead of Super Bowl 57, the price on Chris Stapleton was -135 for going over 122 seconds and +105 to finish under that mark. Stapleton hit the under, finishing in 121 seconds, or 2 minutes, 1 second.

Anthem singers historically tend to go long before The Big Game. Nine of the past 11 anthems have gone over two minutes. Alicia Keys took 2 minutes, 36 seconds to complete the Anthem before Super Bowl 47, while Neil Diamond set the all-time Anthem land-speed record at 60 seconds flat at the Rose Bowl ahead of Super Bowl 21.

Four of the shortest anthem renditions since 1990 have been performed by country singers. Mickey Guyton finished her version of the National Anthem ahead of Super Bowl 56 in 114 seconds, or 1 minute, 54 seconds. There was a video of Guyton singing the anthem before the Super Bowl at a Memorial Day concert in 2021 in which she did it in 86 seconds. 

Our Pick: Under 90.5 Seconds. 

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Super Bowl 58 Coin Toss Betting Tips

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The coin toss is the simplest wager of all for NFL betting fans. Heads or tails. It’s a bet we’ve all been making since we were kids picking sides for sandlot baseball, street hockey, or flipping for Twinkies in the school cafeteria. Here are the odds at DraftKings. 

Super Bowl 58 Coin Toss Odds

Coin Toss PropOddsOdds
Coin Toss Result Heads (+100) Tails (+100)
Team Wins Coin Toss & Game Yes (-110) No (-110)
Team To Win Toss Chiefs (+100) 49ers (+100)

In the previous 57 Super Bowls, the toss has landed on heads 27 times (47.4%) and tails 30 times (52.6%).

The longest heads streak was five Super Bowls, while the longest tails run is 4. 

Only 25 teams have won both the coin flip and the Super Bowl in 56 attempts. In the past eight Super Bowls, the team that won the coin toss lost the game. 

Our Pick: Heads. Always. And back the coin toss winner losing the game. It's happened in 8 of the past 9 Super Bowls. 

Super Bowl Coin Toss Betting History

Super Bowl TeamsHeads or TailsToss WinnerSuper Bowl Champion
LVIIPhiladelphia vs Kansas CityTailsKansas CityKansas City
LVILA Rams vs CincinnatiHeadsCincinnatiLA Rams
LVKansas City vs Tampa BayHeadsKansas CityTampa Bay
LIVKansas City vs San FranciscoTailsSan FranciscoKansas City
LIIINew England vs LA RamsHeadsLA RamsNew England
LIINew England vs PhiladelphiaHeadsNew EnglandPhiladelphia
LIAtlanta vs New EnglandTailsAtlantaNew England
LCarolina vs DenverTailsCarolinaDenver
XLIXSeattle vs New England TailsSeattleNew England
XLVIIISeattle vs DenverTailsSeattleSeattle
XLVIIBaltimore vs San FranciscoHeadsBaltimoreBaltimore
XLVINew England vs NY GiantsHeadsNew EnglandNY Giants
XLVGreen Bay vs PittsburghHeadsGreen BayGreen Bay
XLIVNew Orleans vs IndianapolisHeadsNew OrleansNew Orleans
XLIIIArizona vs PittsburghHeadsArizonaPittsburgh
XLIINY Giants vs New EnglandTailsNY GiantsNY Giants
XLIChicago vs IndianapolisHeadsChicagoIndianapolis
XLSeattle vs PittsburghTailsSeattlePittsburgh
XXXIXPhiladelphia vs New EnglandTailsPhiladelphiaNew England
XXXVIIICarolina vs New EnglandTailsCarolinaNew England
XXXVIITampa Bay vs OaklandTailsTampa BayTampa Bay
XXXVISt Louis vs New EnglandHeadsSt LouisNew England
XXXVNY Giants vs BaltimoreTailsNY GiantsBaltimore
XXXIVSt Louis vs TennesseeTailsSt LouisSt Louis
XXXIIIAtlanta vs DenverTailsAtlantaDenver
XXXIIGreen Bay vs DenverTailsGreen BayDenver
XXXINew England vs Green BayHeadsNew EnglandGreen Bay
XXXDallas vs PittsburghTailsDallasDallas
XXIXSan Francisco vs San DiegoHeadsSan FranciscoSan Francisco
XXVIIIDallas vs BuffaloTailsDallasDallas
XXVIIBuffalo vs DallasHeadsBuffaloDallas
XXVIWashington vs BuffaloHeadsWashingtonWashington
XXVBuffalo vs NY GiantsHeadsBuffaloNY Giants
XXIVDenver vs San FranciscoHeadsDenverSan Francisco
XXIIISan Francisco vs CincinnatiTailsSan FranciscoSan Francisco
XXIIWashington vs DenverHeadsWashingtonWashington
XXIDenver vs NY GiantsTailsDenverNY Giants
XXChicago vs New EnglandTailsChicagoChicago
XIXSan Francisco vs MiamiTailsSan FranciscoSan Francisco
XVIIILA Raiders vs WashingtonHeadsLA RaidersLA Raiders
XVIIMiami vs WashingtonTailsMiamiWashington
XVISan Francisco vs CincinnatiTails San FranciscoSan Francisco
XVPhiladelphia vs OaklandTailsPhiladelphiaOakland
XIVLA Rams vs PittsburghHeadsLA RamsPittsburgh
XIIIDallas vs PittsburghHeadsDallasPittsburgh
XIIDallas vs DenverHeadsDallasDallas
XIOakland vs MinnesotaTailsOaklandOakland
XDallas vs PittsburghHeadsDallasPittsburgh
IXPittsburgh vs Minnesota TailsPittsburghPittsburgh
VIIIMiami vs MinnesotaHeadsMiamiMiami
VIIMiami vs WashingtonHeadsMiamiMiami
VIMiami vs DallasHeadsMiamiDallas
VDallas vs BaltimoreTailsDallasBaltimore
IVMinnesota vs Kansas CityTailsMinnesotaKansas City
IIINY Jets vs BaltimoreHeadsNY JetsNY Jets
IIGreen Bay vs Oakland TailsOaklandGreen Bay
IGreen Bay vs Kansas CityHeads Green BayGreen Bay

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Super Bowl 58 Gatorade Odds: What Color Will It Be?

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Bettors in certain jurisdictions will be able to legally wager on the color of the Gatorade dumped on the winning coach for Super Bowl 58.

Will the AFC or NFC team coach get the victory bath? Will the winner be awash in Gatorade matching their team colors? Will there be a Gatorade upset?

The Kansas City Chiefs shocked the betting world when they soaked coach Andy Reid with purple Gatorade following their 38-35 victory over the Eagles in Super Bowl 57. That color carried at +750 price tag, the longest on the board. 

Sean McVay was doused in Blue Gatorade after the Rams slipped past the Bengals 23-20 in Super Bowl 56. It was the second year in a row blue Gatorade was used to celebrate a Super Bowl win. Tampa Bay crushed Kansas City 31-9 in Super Bowl 55.  

Super Bowl 58 Gatorade Color Odds

Color Odds
Purple +225
Orange +300
Yellow/Green +300
Blue +350
Red/Pink +350
Clear/Water +1000
None +1600

DraftKings, Caesars Sportsbook, FanDuel and BetMGM are among the top sports betting apps likely to offer odds on the color of the Gatorade bath in 2024. 

When the Chiefs won Super Bowl 54 over San Francisco, Reid received an orange celebratory bath. 

Our Pick: Orange

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Bill Speros for Bookies.com
Bill Speros
Bill Speros is an award-winning journalist and editor whose career includes stops at USA Today Sports Network / Golfweek, Cox Media, ESPN, Orlando Sentinel and Denver Post.