Dave Mason of BetOnline on what an overtime win would mean for bookmakers and sports bettors in Monday night’s NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship game:
We got creamed on the Overtime prop at the Super Bowl. We need no OT tonight too. 84% of bets on OT (+800).
That +800 price means that a $10 bet would pay out $80 while a $100 bet would pay $800.
Super Bowl 51 was the first Super Bowl to ever end up in overtime.