Super Bowl National Anthem Odds (How fast will Chris Stapleton sing Star Spangled Banner?)

The Super Bowl is the most heavily bet event of the entire sports calendar. You can bet on pretty much anything related to the event, and nothing is more apt for this event than betting on the over/under for the  National Anthem.

Chris Stapleton is singing the National Anthem at Super Bowl 57 in Glendale, Arizona and of course we have odds on it.

The country music star will belt the Star Spangled Banner for everyone to see, here’s the over/under on how long it will take for him to start and finish it.

Super Bowl National Anthem over/under

Super Bowl National Anthem Trends

It’s tough to use historical data for the National Anthem because every singer is unique and moves at a different pace. 125 seconds translates to two minutes and five seconds, which is a bit longer than the recent renditions. Over the last five years, the average official duration has been 119 seconds.

However, Stapleton’s southern accent will likely lead to him holding longer notes and going over the average total.

For what it’s worth, this total opened at 119.5 seconds with a heavy tax on the over (in the neighborhood of -250) and there has been one way action towards the over as of this writing, now nearly six seconds higher.

Make sure to get your fix in on Stapleton’s music, get familiar with his voice, and get your Super Bowl started with a winner!

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

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