Thursday's Betting Tips
Thursday's Betting Tips
Thursday Night Football Sports Lines and Odds for Nov. 1
The NFL is back for its ninth week and College Football opens 10th tonight. Sit back, relax and watch the scintillating action on one of the ESPNs or the NFL Network. Are you a fan of the MAC, ACC or Sun Belt? All three conferences are in action on Thursday. At ATS SportsLine, we are fan of making money for our clients.
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NFL Football: Kansas City (1-6) at San Diego (3-4)
Last game: San Diego (-3) over KANSAS CITY, 37-20.Kansas City is coming off a 26-16 loss at home to Oakland, while San Diego fell at Cleveland, 7-6 as a 3-point favorite. These are two teams in desperation mode. If the Chargers lose, Norv Turner could be gone on Friday. The Chiefs turn back to Matt Cassel to replace the injured Brady Quinn at QB. Kansas City is 3-8 ATS L11 vs. AFC. The line for tonight's game: San Diego is an 8-point favorite. Total: 42.5
College Football: Eastern Michigan (1-7) at Ohio U. (7-1)
Eastern Michigan fell at Bowling Green last week, 24-3, but had just defeated Army, 48-38. Ohio had its dreams of a perfect season ruined last week when they fell to Miami-Ohio, 23-20 on the road. EMich is led by RB Bronson Hill, who rushed for 283 yards and four TDs on 28 rushes in their 52-47 loss to Toledo at home. Eastern Michigan’s main issue is their defense, which has surrendered 37.5 points per game. Eastern Michigan is 5-2 ATS L7 following an ATS loss. College Odds: Ohio U is a 17-point favorite. Total: 57.
NCAA Football: Virginia Tech (4-4) at Miami-Fla. (4-4)
Last year: VIRGINIA TECH (-7.5) over Miami, 38-35. Last week, Virginia Tech lost at Clemson, 38-17, while the Canes lost at home to Florida State, 33-20. This is the matchup between two of the more disappointing teams in the ACC. Despite recent struggles for both teams, a berth in the ACC championship game may be on the line in the marginal Coastal Division already and North Carolina is not eligible for postseason play. Virginia Tech is 22-6 ATS L28 in November. College Odds: Virginia Tech is a 1.5-point favorite. Total: 57.5.
NCAAF: Middle Tennessee State (5-3) at Western Kentucky (6-2)
Last year: Western Kentucky (+10) over MID TENN STATE, 36-33. The Blue Raiders have a modest two-game win streak in conference play, having defeated FIU (34-30) on Oct. 13 and North Texas (38-21) last week. After dropping a hard-fought matchup with first-place ULM on Oct. 20 (43-42 in OT), WKU bounced back nicely last week with a 14-6 victory at FIU. At 6-2, the Hilltoppers have earned bowl eligibility for the second year in a row. Western Kentucky is 21-6 ATS L27 overall. College Odds: Western Kentucky is a 9-point favorite. Total: 54.