What to Watch and Bet NFL and College Football for Thursday October 15th 2015

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From pro and college football for Thursday October 15th are four games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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Thursday Night NFL football features action from the NFC South division as the New Orleans Saints will host the Atlanta Falcons. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Atlanta Falcons the -3 ½ point favorite with the total lined at 51 ½ points. Atlanta moved to 5-0 after a 25-19 overtime victory at home to the Washington Redskins. The Falcons intercepted a Kirk Cousins pass in the overtime period and returned it for a touchdown in the victory. The Saints fell to 1-4 after a 39-27 road defeat last week at Philadelphia.

From college football on ESPN at 7PM Eastern Time the Kentucky Wildcats will host the Auburn Tigers. Auburn is a -2 ½ point favorite on the road with the total lined at 52 points. Auburn has had major issues on the offensive side of the football. They average 24 points a game ranking 95th in the nation. Kentucky is 4-1 on the year with their only loss coming to Florida at home by the score of 14-9.

At 7:30PM Eastern Time on CBS Sports Network the North Texas Mean Green will host the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. Western Kentucky is favored by -33 points with a total lined at 70 points. Western Kentucky is 5-1 on the season losing only to Indiana by three points. It has been a bad year for North Texas as the team is 0-5 and coming off a 66-7 home defeat last week to FCS school Portland St.

The late night game goes off at 10:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV from the PAC 12 conference as the Stanford Cardinal will host the UCLA Bruins. Stanford is favored by -7 points with a total lined at 54 points. This is a revenge game for UCLA as the Bruins had their hopes for a PAC 12 South title burst with a late season 31-10 home defeat to Stanford. The Cardinal offense has scored 41 or greater points in their past three PAC 12 games.

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