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USFL Schedule: Games on TV Today, Showboats vs Generals, Panthers vs Breakers, Odds (Sunday, June 4)

USFL fans have two high-stakes clashes to look forward to this Sunday, June 4th. The match-ups include the Memphis Showboats squaring off against the New Jersey Generals, and the Michigan Panthers going toe-to-toe with the New Orleans Breakers. As the season ramps up, these are games you won’t want to miss.

For those wondering, “What USFL football games are on today?” there are two USFL games on the agenda for June 4th, 2023.

Game 1: Memphis Showboats vs. New Jersey Generals

  • Date: June 4, 2023
  • Time: 1 p.m.
  • Channel: FOX and FOX Sports App

The Memphis Showboats, currently holding a solid 4-3 record, are set to face off against the New Jersey Generals who have a 2-5 record. This clash will be a true test for the Generals, who are the favorites despite their poorer record.

Key players to watch from the Showboats are Quarterbacks Cole Kelley and Brady White who have combined for 1302 passing yards and 8 touchdowns this season. On the Generals side, keep an eye on De’Andre Johnson, who has led his team with 590 passing yards and 4 touchdowns.

Betting information:

  • Point spread: Generals -2
  • Moneyline: Generals -133 favorites to win; Showboats +105 underdogs to win
  • Total scoring over/under: 41.5 points scored by both teams combined

Despite the odds favoring the Generals, the Showboats might pull off an upset considering their overall better performance this season. Bettors leaning towards a more balanced wager might find value in betting on the Showboats to cover the spread.

Game 2: Michigan Panthers vs. New Orleans Breakers

  • Date: June 4, 2023
  • Time: 4 p.m.
  • Channel: FOX and FOX Sports App

The second game of the day pits the Michigan Panthers (3-4) against the New Orleans Breakers (4-3). This promises to be a thrilling match-up as the Breakers are slightly favored to win.

Key players to watch from the Panthers are Quarterback Josh Love with 1102 passing yards and 10 touchdowns this season, and wide receiver Joe Walker who has 405 receiving yards and 3 touchdowns. For the Breakers, watch out for Quarterback McLeod Bethel-Thompson who leads the league with 1790 passing yards and has 9 touchdowns, and wide receiver Sage Surratt who leads the league with 475 receiving yards and 1 touchdown.

Betting information:

  • Point spread: Breakers -3.5
  • Moneyline: Breakers -167 favorites to win; Panthers +130 underdogs to win
  • Total scoring over/under: 43.5 points scored by both teams combined

Given the strong offensive lineup of the Breakers, they are likely to cover the spread. However, the Panthers might provide a surprising twist in this game given their ability to put points on the board.

To wrap up, Sunday’s USFL games promise excitement and suspense as teams battle to improve their standings. Make sure to tune in for the ultimate football experience.

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