Purple Proves Most-Bet Gatorade Color for 49ers vs Chiefs Super Bowl 54 on FanDuel Sportsbook

Max Staley
Gary Kubiak gets an orange Gatorade shower in Super Bowl 50.
Gary Kubiak gets an orange Gatorade shower in Super Bowl 50. / Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

The results are in, and one color has taken an astounding lead in the Gatorade shower prop bet, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

Despite not being available to wager on as of the afternoon of Jan. 29, purple has quickly surged atop the odds and is now listed at -110. Interestingly enough, purple is also currently the most-bet Super Bowl Gatorade color prop by handle, receiving 52 percent of the bets thus far.

Following purple, red has received the second-highest percentage of bets, coming in at 19 percent. Notably, since 2001 (the first year that Super Bowl Gatorade shower colors were formally recorded), red has never been the color of the winning team's Gatorade shower. Red (+280) currently has the second-best odds to be the correct color.

There's a bit of a drop after that top two though, with orange coming in with 12 percent and yellow/green/lime having 10 percent of the bets. yellow/green/lime has +650 odds, while orange sits at +750.

Blue (+650) has only received five percent of the bets, while clear/water (+550) is at just 2 percent of the bets.

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Bill Belichick was drenched in blue Gatorade after defeating the Los Angeles Rams in last year's Super Bowl LIII.

We'll have to wait and see which color is ultimately the correct bet, but purple is certainly the favorite on the morning of Super Bowl LIV.

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