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With so many different prop bets to go along with traditional sports betting lines on Super Bowl LIII between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams, it can hard to keep track of all the betting results from this year's big game. 

Here's a breakdown of the major betting results from Super Bowl LIII. 

Who Won Super Bowl LIII MVP? 

Patriots wide receiver and Tom Brady's go-to playoff target Julian Edelman won Super Bowl LIII MVP, despite his +5000 odds to win it at one point ahead of Sunday's game, via FanDuel Sportsbook.

Who Won Super Bowl LIII?

The Patriots defeated the Rams 13-3 to win both New England and Tom Brady's sixth Super Bowl in nine total Super Bowl appearances. The Patriots also redeemed a loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LII a year ago to win their second Super Bowl in three seasons. 

Who Covered the Spread in Super Bowl LIII?

New England covered the 2.5-point spread as the favorites in Super Bowl LIII with a final 10-point margin of victory. The Patriots battled through three quarters without any touchdowns before watching rookie running back Sony Michel punching in the sole touchdown of the game in the fourth quarter. 

What was the Over/Under in Super Bowl LIII? 

Despite the Patriots vs Rams scoring total climbing as high as 58 points within 24 hours of its initial open at 56.5 points, via FanDuel Sportsbook, the live line betting total dropped as low as 16.5 points. This seemed to be a fitting total considering the final total was 16 points after a missed field goal from Greg Zuerlein in the final seconds of the game. 

What color was the Gatorade shower?

Bill Belichick was drenched in blue Gatorade after the win. Blue had +400 odds ahead of the game. 

Who was the first player to score in the Super Bowl?

It was a low-scoring affair, with only one touchdown in the entire 60 minutes. Rookie Sony Michel was the one who scored the first and only TD, hitting for bettors at +700. 

How Long Did Gladys Knight Take to Sing the National Anthem?

Despite some disputes over the official time taken, Gladys Knight reportedly took 2 minutes and 1 second (2:01) to sing "The Star-Spangled Banner," siding with the over on most prop bets on its duration. 

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