What to Watch and Bet NFL and College Football for Thursday September 25th 2014

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On Thursday Night September 25th sports bettors will be treated to one NFL and three College Football games over national television that will satisfy their wagering interests.

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NFL Thursday Night Football will feature two NFC East division rivals as the New York Giants visit the Washington Redskins at 8:30PM Eastern Time on CBS TV. The current odds at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Washington Redskins favored by -3 ½ points with a total lined at 45 points. The Giants were able to notch their first win of the season as they are fortunate that Texans featured running back Arian Foster was forced to miss the game. New York won 30-17 covering as a -1 point favorite. Kirk Cousins filled in for an injured Robert Griffin III last week but the Redskins fell short in a 37-34 road loss at Philadelphia last week as a +4 point underdog. Cousins passed for 427 yards and had three touchdowns and one pick.

From college football on Thursday night it all gets underway at 7:30PM Eastern Time on ESPNU as the Appalachian St Mountaineers visit the Georgia Southern Eagles. The home side Georgia Southern is favored by -17 points. Georgia Southern has been very competitive in step up games with a 24-23 loss at NC State and a 42-38 road defeat at Georgia Tech as well. Appalachian St fell to Southern Miss 21-20 last week as a -3 point favorite on the road.

On ESPN TV at 7:30PM Eastern Time two Big 12 programs collide as the Texas Tech Red Raiders visit the Oklahoma St Cowboys. Oklahoma St is the -14 point wagering favorite. Texas Tech looks to bounce back after a week three 49-28 defeat at home to Arkansas. The Red Raiders defensive coordinator was fired following the game. The team is coming off the bye. Oklahoma St is also coming off their bye week. The Cowboys has a six point loss to Florida St in week one and followed up that result with blowout home wins against FCS school Missouri St and Texas San Antonio.

The late night game at 10PM Eastern Time on Fox Sports 1 will feature the UCLA Bruins hitting the road to face the Arizona St Sun Devils. UCLA is a -5 ½ point favorite on the road. Both teams are coming off a bye week. The Bruins are 3-0 after a week three 20-17 win at Texas. Arizona St is also 3-0 as they go into Colorado in week three and came away with a 38-24 road win. Sun Devils starting quarterback Taylor Kelly is out with a foot injury.

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