Sports on TV, 10/25/12: World Series, NFL and College Football headline Thursday night

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Thursday night will be busy for sports fans with the World Series, Thursday Night Football and College Football all scheduled.

It will be a busy night on Thursday night for sports on television in New York. The World Series enters its second game while both the NFL and college football both have games with teams chasing first place in their division.

Major League Baseball:

World Series Game 2, San Francisco Giants vs. Detroit Tigers, 7:30 p.m. FOX: The Tigers try to even the series after allowing three home runs from Pablo Sandoval on Wednesday. The Tigers will send pitcher Doug Fister to the mound while the Giants will counter with Madison Bumgarner.

National Football League:

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Minnesota Vikings, 8 p.m., NFL Network: The Minnesota Vikings are half a game behind the Chicago Bears in the NFC North Division. Adrian Peterson will have to contend with the Buccaneers' run defense, ranked No. 3 in the NFL and allowing 76 yards per game.

College Football:

Clemson Tigers vs. Wake Forest Demon Deacons, 7:30 p.m., ESPN: The Tigers are a half-game behind the Florida State Seminoles for first place in the ACC Atlantic Division. The Tigers have been held under 30 points once this season, the season opening game against the Auburn Tigers.

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