What to Watch and Bet NFL and College Football for Thursday September 29th

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It is a good night of NFL and college football on national television Thursday September 29th with three games scheduled to the delight of sports fans worldwide.

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NFL Thursday Night Football will feature the Cincinnati Bengals hosting the Miami Dolphins on CBS TV at 8:25PM Eastern Time. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Cincinnati Bengals favored by -7 points with the total set at 44 ½ points. The Dolphins were taken into overtime at home with the Cleveland Browns and they earned their first win as running back Jay Ajayi had an 11 yard touchdown run in a 30-24 victory. An issue for Miami is they allowed the Browns to run for 169 yards. Cincinnati showed improvement to their run game despite a 29-17 home defeat to the Denver Broncos. The Bengals finished with 163 rushing yards with Jeremy Hill running for 97 yards on 17 carries and two rushing touchdowns.

College Football on FOX Sports 1 has a Big 12 conference game on tap as the Texas Tech Red Raiders have a home date with the Kansas Jayhawks. Texas Tech is favored by –28 ½ points with an over under line of 80 points. In their meeting in 2015 the Red Raiders were unable to cover a 33 point spread as Kansas was able to gain 475 offensive yards in a 30-20 home defeat. Texas Tech is a very poor defensive team ranking 124th in the nation in total and scoring defense. Kansas is 1-2 with their lone win coming at home to FCS school Rhode Island.

ESPN Thursday Night Football kicks off at 8PM Eastern Time with AAC conference action as the Houston Cougars will host the Connecticut Huskies. Houston is a -28 point favorite with the over under of 50 points. The Huskies upset the Cougars in 2015 with the 20-17 home victory as a +7 ½ point underdog. Connecticut fell at Syracuse last week as they allowed Orange quarterback Eric Dungey to pass for 407 yards and two touchdowns. Houston moved to 4-0 after a 64-3 road victory at Texas St. The Cougars are the 12th best scoring team in college football by averaging 44.8 points per game.

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