What to Watch and Bet NFL and College Football for Thursday October 23rd 2014

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Pro and College Football fans are in for a treat on Thursday Night October 23rd as there are three games scheduled in total over national television to satisfy the appetite of NFL and NCAA bettors worldwide. The action on the gridiron gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time.

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NFL Thursday Night Football has on tap an exciting game from the AFC West division as the Denver Broncos will play host to the San Diego Chargers. Things get started from Denver at 8:25PM Eastern Time and CBS TV has the coast to coast broadcast. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Denver Broncos the -7 ½ point wagering favorite with a total of 51 ½ points. Denver is coming off a huge win at home to San Francisco as they pile up 42 points on a pretty good 49ers defense. San Diego looks to avoid back to back losses against the AFC West division as the Chargers were beaten at home to Kansas City last week. San Diego is a banged up football team. Peyton Manning has been a vocal opponent against Thursday night games as he has mentioned how difficult it is for him to prepare properly for opponents in this short of time following a Sunday game.

From College Football at 7PM Eastern Time over ESPNU it will be the East Carolina Pirates at home to battle the Connecticut Huskies. East Carolina is favored by -27 ½ points. Connecticut has had issues generating offense as the team puts up just under 13 points a game. East Carolina puts up 41 points a game but will be tested against a good Huskies defense.

Two ACC conference foes battle it out on ESPN TV at 7:30PM Eastern Time as the Virginia Tech Hokies will host the Miami Hurricanes. The road team Miami Hurricanes are now favored by -3 points. Miami is 0-3 on the road as freshman quarterback Brad Kaaya has had issues with ball security on the highway. Virginia Tech fell to 4-3 after a loss at Pittsburgh last week where the Hokies run game was stuffed.

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