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Sure, it may be the 55th Super Bowl this Sunday, but it’s the first Big Game where Michigan bettors can get in on all of the action.
William Hill just launched its Mobile Sports Betting App in Michigan in late January. With Chiefs vs. Buccaneers looming this weekend, let’s look at William Hill’s prop bets involving players who attended college in the Great Lakes State.
It’s hard to start anywhere else besides Tom Brady. The Michigan alum and Buccaneers quarterback is aiming for his seventh Super Bowl victory.
There are several ways to bet on Brady’s Super Bowl 55 performance at William Hill Michigan, both through the air and on the ground.
What about how many passing yards Brady will have? William Hill has you covered: 301.5 (over -115/under -115). Or number of Brady completions and attempts? Yep, William Hill has those too: 24.5 completions (over -135/under +105), 39.5 attempts (-110/-120). Even the yards for his first completion (9.5) and longest completion (39.5) are available to wager on at William Hill.
Brady has 18 career Super Bowl passing touchdowns, which is the most of all-time. William Hill has set his passing touchdown total at 2.5 for Super Bowl 55, with the over at +140 and the under at -170. Brady is also favored to toss an interception, with the over 0.5 at -170 and under at +140.
Brady isn’t a big threat on the ground, but he is extremely dangerous with his quarterback sneaks. He is 28/1 to score the first touchdown of the game and is +400 to notch a rushing or receiving touchdown at any point in Super Bowl 55.
One of Brady’s top targets also went to school in the state of Michigan. Central Michigan product and Buccaneers wideout Antonio Brown has several props listed at William Hill. Brown is 18/1 to score the first touchdown of the game and 18/1 to score the last touchdown of the game. Brown’s total receptions prop is at 3.5 (over -125/under -105), longest reception is at 19.5 (over -105/under -125) and receiving yardage at 43.5 (over -115/under -115).
Frank Clark (Michigan) and Le’Veon Bell (Michigan State) also are available to bet on. NO is favored at -150 for whether Clark will get a sack in Super Bowl 55, while YES is at +130. Bell is 25/1 to score the game’s overall first touchdown and +350 to score at any time.
Check out some of William Hill’s many Super Bowl 55 props involving former Michigan college athletes below.