PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- The Super Bowl game may have been a blow out, but one play won some restaurant patrons in Maine some cash.
Binga's Stadium bar handed out $10,000 at its Portland location and $5,000 at its Yarmouth location after the Seattle Seahawks returned the opening kickoff of the second half for a touchdown.
"All of sudden everybody started looking around and they're like, Oh My Gosh! This could really happen," Donovan White said. "There were Denver Broncos guys that were tackling me and I was like and I was like giving them hugs."
All patrons split the money, which ended up being about $50 a piece for those in Portland.
"It was a little devastating for the Broncos, but you know, a little good for my pocket book you know," Beth Brown said.
Tonight marked the second time in Super Bowl history that a kickoff was returned for a touchdown.