Betting on the 2010 Super Bowl: Cross Sports

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Dan Shapiro
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Betting on the 2010 Super Bowl, Cross Sports

When betting on the 2010 Super Bowl you can also cross bet with some of your favorite sports besides the NFL. was offering cross sports betting on the 2010 Super Bowl (see website here)

Perfect examples of cross sports Super Bowl betting include:

Who will have more points?  Lebron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers + Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles or Saints + Colts points?

Will Lebron have more total points or will the Colts have more total points on Super Bowl Sunday?

LeBron James total Points+Rebounds+Assists (who will have more?)

There are odds on other NBA team players comparison with the Super Bowl points scored at

Additionally, there are cross sports Super Bowl bets involving College Basketball players, golf and even UFC 109.

"As if there is not enough to bet on during the Super Bowl, these books have to throw in other sports to boot," says Payton O'Brien of  "It just goes to show there is a limitless number of prop bets that can be offered during the big game."

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Remember also that was giving away from $2000 sweepstakes prizes daily up until the Super Bowl morning.  

Dan Shapiro, 

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