Burrow's current odds are a big jump from last week and a massive jump from the start of the season.
Following Ohio State's announcement stating that the team's defensive end and Heisman trophy hopeful would be ruled out of their upcoming game against Maryland, #FreeChaseYoung began to trend on Twitter.
On Thursday, CBS reporter Jason La Canfora took to Twitter to criticize the Cincinnati Bengals and Washington Redskins for failing to make any roster moves prior to the NFL trade deadline.
Ryan Sullivan, who posts under the username AngryCentrist, told Newsweek he never expected his post about Harden to blow up with over 4,000 comments.
#FreeMattJones has begun trending on Twitter after a complaint by Republicans forced Matt Jones to take a leave of absence from Kentucky Sports Radio.
"The other owners in the NBA have for so long wanted the Knicks to do well because it would help everything," 'Squawk Box' co-host Andrew Sorkin said.
A new map based on geotagged Twitter data shows the NBA's most-hated teams across the country, with the Lakers leading the charge.
A high ankle injury like Tua Tagovailoa's usually has players sidelined for two months, but the Alabama quarterback is already back on his feet following the "tightrope" procedure.
Los Angeles Clippers star Kawhi Leonard is planning to sit out Wednesday night's game against the Milwaukee Bucks due to load management and one ESPN analyst is not happy with the decision.
Being ranked No. 5 by the College Football Playoff Selection Committee hasn't dampened the Tigers' odds at several sportsbooks.
During ESPN's "First Take," host Stephen A. Smith said that he thinks the Philadelphia Eagles should sign the wide receiver.
Michigan State, Kentucky, Duke and defending national champion Virginia are among the early favorites to take home the 2020 title.
"It doesn't matter whether you're a Democrat or a Republican, (having) the president at the game is pretty cool," Burrow told The Advocate.
Epic Games, developers of the game Fortnite, have placed a lifetime ban on professional player FaZe Jarvis for using an illicit program while playing the game.
President Donald Trump was booed on Saturday night when he arrived at Madison Square Garden to attend Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) 244, but one Fox News host believes that Trump wanted this reaction from the crowd.
Many of those against the hire used Twitter to express their feelings on Beltran taking over coaching duties for the team.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is currently the fronrunner in several sportsbooks, though Seattle Seahawk Russell Wilson is not far behind.
From ticket prices to the number of points scored, almost everything has changed for the NBA.
The animal rights organization spoke out against Chinese researchers' use of live animals, including pigs and dogs, as crash test dummies for cars.
"I would do this again tomorrow – and I probably will," Mack McIngvale told said. "It's fun to be part of the greatest story in gambling history."
According to MLB Stats, the Nationals had less than a 0.1 percent chance to win the World Series on May 28.
"Talk to me @EASPORTS. When can we get this started?!? #BringBackNCAAFootball," Kirk Herbstreit, a college football analyst for ESPN, tweeted shortly after the NCAA's announcement.
Bregman and Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto were both the subject of discussion after Soto copied Bregman's move.
An online petition has garnered thousands of signatures to shut down an extreme haunted house in Summertown, Tennessee.
Houston Astros super-fan Jim "Mattress Mack" McIngvale has already profited, despite wagering over $10 million on the Astros to win the 2019 World Series.
Leonard has a history of generating viral phrases, with several being the genesis for popular t-shirts as part of his clothing deal with New Balance.
As Game 6 approaches, the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals have some superstitions that have become part of the game.
"Not only are Native Americans not offended by our use of the name, they are proud of it - and our organization is and will remain proud to carry the Redskins name," Sean DeBarbieri, director of communications for the Redskins told Newsweek.
The XFL lost a player on Wednesday when Corey Vereen found out the actual amount of the league's base salary.