The game was over, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers had won and covered, the under was secure and there was only one major betting market still to be settled.
The Gatorade shower for Bruce Arians.
The color of the annual Gatorade bath has become a fun prop bet. Many were waiting anxiously for the Bucs to douse Arians, but then panic set in. CBS cut away from it.
The game was over and there was no clue what color the Gatorade bath had been.
If they don’t show the Gatorade color soon there’s gonna be riots
— Elpizo Choi (@elpizoch) February 8, 2021
Not getting the Gatorade shower on camera was almost as much of a letdown as Tampa rocking Kansas City. People with prop bets need to know! #SuperBowl
— Joey LaFranca (@JoeyLaFranca) February 8, 2021
Gatorade droplets look clear to me!!! (work with me here) pic.twitter.com/EA6kV6Mguk
— Cousin Sal (@TheCousinSal) February 8, 2021
Looking for tweets or mentions of the Gatorade color!!! pic.twitter.com/XhXZTEh1qZ
— Pickswise (@Pickswise) February 8, 2021
Me aggressively scrolling Twitter to find the Gatorade color pic.twitter.com/J3mA3ZWv9n
— BearsBeatTheBucsPP (@Peyton1834) February 8, 2021
A video from the stadium went viral a few minutes after the game. The Gatorade seemed to be blue. Photos from the game confirmed it. The odds on the bath being blue were +800.
Bettors didn’t really have to sweat the result of the game. They didn’t figure to sweat the color of the Gatorade afterward.
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