Written and authored by NCAA Football Expert Analyst Greg Nelson. Charliessports.com produces it for Football Expert news and notes.
The (2-1) Cincinnati Bearcats of the American Athletic Conference-East Division will travel to the “VOLUNTEER STATE” for a College Football matchup. Cincinnati takes on the (3-0) Memphis Tigers of the AAC-West Division in 2015 NCAA Football action. The game will be at the Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium in Memphis, Tennessee. Kickoff time is at 7:30 PM EST. The game is on Thursday, September 24th, 2015. The Best Sports Handicapper believes the Cincinnati Bearcats has the offense to compete with the best team in the West Division of the Conference. Memphis beat another Ohio Institute last Saturday. The Tigers took down a good Bowling Green team in the Buckeye State. The opening betting line has Memphis as a ten-point Home Favorite Against The Point Spread. The betting odds total is 67′-points for Thursday’s game.
The 2015 Cincinnati Bearcats beat rivals Miami Ohio last Saturday in a tuneup for Thursday’s crucial AAC contest. Cincinnati head coach Tommy Tuberville is uncertain about the status of starting quarterback, Gunner Kiel. The junior signal caller suffered a head injury last Saturday. If the Bearcats have any chance of winning the Notre Dame transfer must be under center. Cincinnati is looking for the road upset. The Bearcats are (0-1) in Conference play with a week two home loss against Temple. Cincinnati must be ready for an attack-style defense that Memphis plays. Cincinnati has not played up to their potential so far this season. The Bearcats had to mount a fourth-quarter drive to get the road win over Miami-Ohio, but that’s a rivalry game. Kiel left the contest in the third quarter last weekend, and he is experiencing soreness in his shoulder area. Redshirt Freshman Hayden Moore expects to get the start if Kiel can’t play. Cincinnati must play a clean game to compete. The offense has eleven turnovers through the first three games this season. The Bearcats defense must prepare to defend a fast Memphis Tigers offense.
The Memphis Tigers are 3-0 and have played two formidable opponents. Junior quarterback Paxton Lynch has impressed the Cincinnati coaching staff with his accuracy. Lynch will be playing with a chip on his shoulders. The signal-caller was voted Second-team All-Conference, Kiel is the first team selection. It may change by the end of the season. Basketball is no longer the only sport in town. The Memphis football program is turning heads nationally. Head Coach Justin Fuente wants to take it to another level, and he has the recruiting base to make it a reality. Memphis is seeking their eleventh straight win dating back to last season. Fuente must keep his team at the moment, Cincinnati is capable of pulling off the upset. The Memphis Tigers beat Cincinnati 41-14 on the road in 2014 as they were getting constant pressure on Kiel. The Memphis Tigers hosts “OLE MISS” in a non-conference matchup on October 17th. The key to a Memphis win on Thursday is to play with focus and play tight defense.
Cincinnati is 0-4-1 Against The Spread their last five Football games overall.
The betting odds over the total are 5-0 Memphis last five after a straight up win.
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