Odds makers released numbers for next year’s Super Bowl before fans even had time to stumble back to their hotel rooms Sunday night.
Gamblers wanted to see the odds for another Super Bowl blackout, Kornegay said, but even Vegas can’t offer that action.
“We have to stay on the field of play,” Kornegay said. “But I’m pretty sure that some of the offshore books will have that bet next year.”
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