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Sports Betting and the Super Bowl

The Super Bowl, annually one of television’s biggest events, has transformed into the premier betting occasion of the year caused by the surge in sports betting. According to the American Gaming Association bets placed on this years Super Bowl could combine to be $23.1 billion, a significant increase from the previous year. A potential reason for this is the Super Bowl, unlike most regular season games, offers some of the most interesting prop bets to hit sports books. Bettors can place wagers on how long the National Anthem will be, outcome of the coin flip, the Gatorade color poured on the coach, and many others that you wouldn’t typically see on an NFL Sunday.

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The Evolution of Comedic Sports Analysis

Over the past several years, this type of sports media has begun to gain more traction as networks like X, TikTok, and Instagram have allowed companies to expand their work to numerous platforms. There are also many other ways that sports comedy is growing not just through social media as ESPN has led the way in establishing the Manning Cast, KayRod Cast, and multiple daily shows. This evolution of comedy sports analysis has brought a new way of consuming sports content through social media, podcasts, and YouTube, which has allowed people to learn more about sports through a less serious outlet.

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Orioles Trade For Corbin Burnes

The Baltimore Orioles have traded for former NL Cy Young award winner Corbin Burnes from the Milwaukee Brewers to boost the pitching staff. The Orioles have acquired Burnes for infield prospect Joey Ortiz, left-handed pitcher D.L. Hall, and the 34th pick in the 2024 MLB Amateur Draft. After winning 101 games in 2023, the Orioles decided they needed to make a move to win now, with their rotation being the focus.

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Super Bowl 58 Preview: Brock Purdy, Patrick Mahomes, and Taylor Swift?

For the first time, the Super Bowl will take place in Las Vegas, as the Kansas City Chiefs (11-6) take on the San Francisco 49ers (12-5).
San Francisco opens Super Bowl 58 as a slight favorite, being projected to win by 1.5 points. This projection can be explained by multiple factors, one being 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy. Purdy is a finalist for the Most Valuable Player (MVP) award.

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