Gatorade Color Odds For Super Bowl 57

Gatorade color odds on Pointsbet have Yellow/Green at +100, Blue at +400, Orange at +450, Red at +600, Purple +900, and Clear/Water at +1100. Get the latest odds for the Super Bowl 57 gatorade color and recent gatorade color history.

Super Bowl 57 Gatorade Color Odds

Recent History of the Gatorade Color Prop

The gatorade bath on the winning head coach is one of the more fun and celebratory celebrations during the Super Bowl. This gatorade bath initially began during the 1980s and in the 90s betting on the color of the gatorade which would shower the coach became a popular bets.

There have been arguments over who started the gatorade bath whether it was the Giants on Bill Parcells or the Bears to coach Mike Ditka. However the first Super Bowl gatorade bath occurred in 1986 when the Giants showered Parcells after their Super Bowl win.

Since 2001, orange has been the most popular color being used five different times followed by clear and yellow which has been used 4 times each. The color clear seems unlikely to make an appearance this Sunday though as it had a run of being used four years straight from 2005-2008 and has not been used since.

However, in four Super Bowls since 2001, the coach has not been showered at all. Three of the four gatorade free Super Bowl wins were Bill Belichick after his Patriots won.

Despite the popularity of orange, three of the past four Super Bowl winners have been drenched in blue gatorade. When Andy Reid and the Chiefs won back in the 2019-2020 season, he was showered with orange gatorade and when the Eagles won in 2017-2018, Doug Pederson was showered in yellow gatorade.

How to Bet on the Gatorade Color Prop

All four major betting sites/books have yellow/green listed as the color with the highest odds of being used for the gatorade bath while purple or no bath have the lowest odds. FanDuel has yellow at (+115), BetMGM and PointsBet have it at (+175) and DraftKings has it set at (+165). The color orange is listed second and has odds ranging from (+280) to (+325) across the four sites while blue follows in third with odds varying from (+300) to (+400).

The consistent high #’s for both purple and clear indicate it likely will not be chosen and even red/pink seems to be low odds. The most likely contenders are yellow/green, blue, or orange especially given that those are the only colors which have been used when there has been a gatorade bath over the past 10 Super Bowls.

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