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Super Bowl XLVIII prelude offers super prop options
Few can forget the powerful rendition of the US National Anthem performed by late great Whitney Houston prior to kickoff of the Operation Desert Storm infused Super Bowl XXV battle in Tampa, Florida, back in 1991. Simply put, no one sang it better before, since, or ever will – we miss you Whitney. Today, the Star Spangled Banner is much more than a patriotic prelude to the Super Bowl kickoff as, with each passing year, more and more prop betting options are attached to this marque and much anticipated Super Bowl Sunday moment(s).
SportsInteraction has posted six National Anthem Props and Specials
From the entire length of the time it takes to sing the National Anthem, to the length of the final note, plus what world-renowned American soprano Renée Fleming will wear while she performs the Star Spangled Banner, bookmakers at sportsinteraction.com are offering up a wealth of betting opportunities to get your Super Bowl Sunday bankroll building off on a “high” note >>>> puns intended. Though not the biggest opera fans on the planet, we have checked out some of Fleming’s performances and she can certainly sing – loud and long.
Still shell-shocked we vow not to repeat Super Bowl XLVII National Anthem miscue
To this day – we still grimace when we see a white baby grand piano. That’s because almost any song that’s accompanied by a piano will usually take longer than normal to perform. As soon as the cameras focused in Alicia Keys sitting at her piano – which we mistakenly didn’t account for – we knew our UNDER 2:15 Anthem bet was busted. Being as opera singers tend to go a little long, we are going to wager a portion of our Super Bowl “fun money” and back the OVER 142 “Length of Anthem” odds being offered at SportsInteraction.
Star Spangled Banner Proposition Prices Posted at SportsInteraction
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