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2011 Super Bowl: Who The Winning Coach Thanks First

Written by:
Jagajeet Chiba
Published on:
Feb/04/2011
Mike McCarthy

Among the various 2011 Super Bowl props being offered is a bet on “Who The Winning Coach Thanks First”. 

The odds offered at BetUS.com:

Family          +800

God             +100

Friends        +800

Team          -175

Coaching Staff       +900

Does Not Thank Anyone            +350

The coaching staff might actually have some value here paying out $90 for every $10 bet.  Or he might not thank anyone.  That bet pays $35 for every $10 bet

Let’s look at the coaches.

Mike Tomlin is the current head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers.  When he became the youngest head coach to win a Super Bowl for the Steelers in 2009, Tomlin thanked “the city” and “the fans” first. 

“We don’t really know if ‘friends’ and ‘fans’ are the same so Gambling911.com recommends asking for clarification from the folks at BetUS.com,” suggests Payton O’Brien, Gambling911.com Senior Editor. 

Green Bay Packers head coach doesn’t appear to be a religious man, so don’t expect him to go thanking God.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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