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Memphis vs Houston Live

Date: Thursday, Oct. 19
Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
Location: Houston, Texas
Venue: TDECU Stadium
Live Stream: WatchESPN

The Memphis Tigers travel to Houston to take Cougars in AAC West action, and here’s the information on how to watch online. An important game in the AAC West race is set to kick off Thursday as the No. 25 Memphis Tigers travel to take on the Houston Cougars. The two teams are coming off very different results, with Memphis re-entering the Top 25 after beating a ranked Navy squad 30-27 a week ago. The Tigers have now won two straight games and improved to 6-1 overall and conference play after beating the Midshipmen. The Cougars fell to 4-2 overall and 2-1 in AAC play after an upset loss at the hands of Tulsa. A heavy favorite to beat the Golden Hurricane, Houston was blown out 45-17 on the road.

Houston only scored 17 points against Tulsa, but they will be at home looking at the Memphis defense all night they should able to put up more than points Thursday. Houston, make sure you feed running back Duke Catalon, currently has 431 yards on 90 carries four touchdowns. He is the guy that can help control the game against this high-powered Memphis team and wear that defense down. Even with home-field advantage and coming back on a short week I’m rolling with Memphis 42-28, too much Ferguson and Miller, Houston won’t have any answers for that duo, they are the heart of the Memphis team. If the heart is pumping, you are still alive and the road team will be alive on Thursday.

Memphis has its own SEC transfer in former Tennessee QB Riley Ferguson. The senior has completed 59.3 percent of his passes for 1,814 yards, 19 touchdowns and five interceptions. Despite quarterback play, and last week’s differing results, the Tigers enter the games as a three-point most sportsbooks. Check out the full odds and more for this game on SportsBook Review. A major reason for the lack of confidence in Memphis is a defense that has surrendered 477.5 yards of total offense per game, which ranks ninth in the AAC. The Tigers have allowed 5.87 yards per play, Including. 4.6 yards per rush.

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