Posted Thursday, January 31st 2013 @ 3pm
Some of the Random Super Bowl Bets You Can Make Include Beyoncé's Cleavage, Coaches Wearing Hats, and the Color of the Gatorade:
Only fools still bet on the actual Super Bowl. The REAL money is on stupid bets, called prop bets, which let you bet on the nonsense that surrounds the game. Here are four actual bets you can make on various online sports books . . .
#1.) Will Beyoncé show cleavage during her first song? BEYONCÉ is doing the halftime show. And yes, she WILL show cleavage is the overwhelming favorite, at -500 . . . meaning you bet $500 to win $100. No is set at +300, so bet $100 to win $300.
#2.) Will both coaches wear hats? If you haven't heard ESPN mention it 75,000 times, the Super Bowl coaches are brothers. So will they dress alike? The odds they both wear hats are -1,000. Odds against are +600.
#3.) How long will the National Anthem last? ALICIA KEYS is singing the National Anthem. The over-under time is set at two minutes and five seconds. The odds on both the over and under are -115.
#4.) What color Gatorade will be dumped on the winning coach? There are different long odds on everything from +150 on water . . . +150 on yellow . . . +250 on orange . . . +500 on red . . . +550 on lime green . . . and +1,000 on blue.
The Cheapest Food at the Super Bowl Will Be Eight-Dollar Nachos . . . and Four Other Super Bowl Food Facts:
A company called Centerplate is providing the food at the New Orleans Superdome for this Sunday's Super Bowl. Here are four facts about the stadium food:
#1.) There will be more than 100 chefs and 1,000 servers working to provide food for the fans.
#2.) The most expensive food at the game is a Gulf shrimp cocktail . . . which will run you $30.
#3.) The cheapest food is a small order of nachos . . . which costs EIGHT BUCKS.
#4.) Fans at the game are expected to eat 10,000 pounds of Gulf shrimp . . . 700 gallons of gumbo . . . and 3,000 pounds of alligator sausage.
#5.) They'll also eat 6,000 pounds of rice . . . 150 gallons of spinach-artichoke dip . . . and 18,000 pounds of smoked pork.