Boston sports TV schedule, Oct. 4: Thursday night is football night

Now that the Boston Red Sox's season is over, there are no local teams on television on Thursday night. The night belongs to both the NFL and college football with a pair of nationally televised games. For information on whats on television on Thursday night, read after the jump. All times are Eastern.

NFL

Arizona Cardinals vs. St. Louis Rams, 8 p.m., NFL Network

The most surprising undefeated team in the NFL gets center stage on Thursday night as the Cardinals travel to Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis to play the Rams. Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb has thrown seven touchdown passes this season while completing almost 63 percent of his passes.

The Rams hope quarterback Sam Bradford and running back Steven Jackson can lead the Rams to an upset victory over their NFC West rivals.

NCAA Football

USC Trojans vs. Utah Utes, 9 p.m., ESPN

The Trojans make their first visit to Salt Lake City in 95 years on Thursday night, playing the upset-minded Utes. The Trojans hope that they can continue their strong play after defeating the California Golden Bears last weekend, 27-9. The Utes are coming off of a bye week after a 37-7 loss to the Arizona St. Sun Devils on Sept. 22.

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