What to Watch and Bet NFL and College Football for Thursday October 11th, 2018

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The NFL and College football action for Thursday October 11th features a total of three games on the schedule over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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Thursday Night NFL Football kicks off at 8:20PM Eastern Time on FOX TV at the New York Giants are home to the Philadelphia Eagles. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Philadelphia Eagles favored by -3 points with the total lined at 44 points.

The Eagles have had good success against the Giants winning three straight and seven of their past eight meetings. Philadelphia is on a short week on a two game losing streak after a 23-21 home defeat to Minnesota. Eagles have not been able to get their offense going scoring no greater than 23 points in any of their five games this season. Giants enter Thursday night with a mark of 1-4 and will be on a two game losing streak. New York was able to move the football on Carolina last week for 432 yards but lost on a 63 yard field goal as time expired.

On ESPNU TV at 7:30PM Eastern Time the Texas St Bobcats are home to the Georgia Southern Eagles. Georgia Southern is favored on the road by -17 ½ points with the total lined at 49. Georgia Southern is 4-1 with a road loss at Clemson 38-7. Eagles are a run heavy team that rushes the football 48 times for 276 yards per game. Georgia Southern averages only 7 passes per game. Texas St is 1-4 with their only win coming against FCS school Texas Southern. Bobcats losses have come to Rutgers, South Alabama, Texas San Antonio and Louisiana.

At 7:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN it will be a Big 12 showdown as the TCU Horned Frogs host Texas Tech Red Raiders. TCU is favored by -7 with the total of 61. TCU has issues scoring putting up 17 points in a home win to Iowa St and prior to that was a 31-16 defeat at Texas. Texas Tech will look to their backup quarterback Jett Dorsey as the team lost starter Alan Bowman with a collapsed lung. Jett Duffey starts now and saw action in the loss to West Virginia hitting on 16 of 27 for 172 yards with a touchdown and two picks.

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