ATLANTIC CITY -- $93,889,840 was gambled in Las Vegas on the Super Bowl last year, according to handicapper Jimmy Boyd.
Now Atlantic City wants in on the action.
"Everybody wants to bet on the games -- All the games," says Beverly Callahan. Callahan has worked at the Atlantic Club property for 14 years. Now she says the state of the city's gaming industry has her worried.
"I have friends that work at other casinos and they're worried too. They're slow right now too. We need something to bring people in," she said.
City officials think that legalized sports betting might be just that something.