Looking for Luke Bryan Super Bowl props – we didn’t think so. But here’s one anyway.
We’re going to offer up a fun play to add a little extra excitement to start off your Super Bowl. You’ll know if you won or lost this prop bet before the coin toss.
Time to Sing the National Anthem: Luke Bryan Over 2:09 or Under 2:09
As we highlighted in the title to this post, this is just for fun, but don’t laugh. You can actually handicap this prop and put in a researched wager.
Looking at past Super Bowl trends for the length of the national anthem, over the past 10 years the Under has won this at a 70% clip, recording 7 Unders and just 3 Overs. The average of those 10 doesn’t even hit the two minute mark, coming in right around 1:58, as close as we can tell with our stopwatch.
So we have trends and past performance pointing in one direction.
Now let’s see if we can find Luke singing the national anthem at a sporting event sometime in the last few years. What we do have is the 2012 Major League Baseball all-star game.
Again getting out our stopwatch (more accurately an IPhone) we timed that performance at 2:03.
We’re going to play this one to stay Under the 2:09 as well.
Now we might get caught by Luke feeling the moment and wanting to drag things out a bit in front of an audience of over a hundred million, but he seems like a humble southern gent so we think he’ll go about his business and be on his way, as others have done and as he did for the baseball All-Star game.
Prop Play: Luke Bryan to stay UNDER 2:09 to sing the national anthem