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Thursday Night Football: NFL and College Football Scores

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Thursday Night Football: The highlights and scores of NFL and college football are updated here. You can find the all Thursday night football games scores here.

In the National Football League, Chicago Bears have made a good start in the week 11 and defeated Miami Dolphins with 16-0 at Sun Life Stadium.

In the college football, we have seen an interesting game between Georgia State and Alabama. In this game, Alabama amazed Georgia State with 63-7.

In the second game of college football, Washington Huskies beats UCLA Bruins with 24-7 at Husky Stadium.

In the third game, Air Force defeated UNLV with 35-20 at Sam Boyd Stadium.

Final Scores:

NFL:

Chicago Bears, 16 and Miami Dolphins, 0

College Football:

Alabama, 63 and Georgia State, 7

Washington Huskies, 24 and UCLA Bruins, 7

Air Force, 35 and UNLV, 20
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