Friday, October 29, 2010

Game Watches: Clemson

As I have mentioned this might be our last game of the season on real TV. So use it as an opportunity to watch the game with other BC fans.

Atlanta Game Watch
Central City Tavern
1801 Howell Mill Road, #400
Atlanta, GA

Chicago Game Watch
2721 North Halsted Street
Chicago, IL

Denver Game Watch
Big Game Restaurant & Lounge
1631 Wazee St
Denver, CO

Las Vegas Game Watch
Steiner's Nevada-Style Pub
8410 W Cheyenne Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89129
New York City Game Watches
354 Third Avenue at 26th Street

Thunder Jackson's
Bleecker and Sullivan

Orange County, CA Game Watch
Mutt Lynch's
2300 West Oceanfront
Newport Beach, CA

Philadelphia Game Watch
Fox and Hound
1501 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA

Phoenix Game Watch
Gallagher's Sports Bar and Grill
7575 N. 16th Street, Phoenix

San Francisco Game Watch
Shanghai Kelly's
2064 Polk Street
(between Broadway St & Pacific Ave)
San Francisco, CA

Sarasota Game Watch
Gecko's Grill & Pub
5585 Palmer Crossing Cir.
Sarasota, FL

Seattle Game Watch
Buckley's in Belltown
2331 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA

Tampa Game Watch
Champp's at International Plaza

Washington, D.C. Game Watch
The Rookery
2519 Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington, DC


Erik said...

The Clemson fans putting up a decent showing out there in Fanueil Hall (as always). Although,plenty of Halloween orange to sift through. Anyway, thanks for the tourist $$.

Erik said...

Hey, it's the Billy Flutie ticket game!

eagleboston said...

Can you believe we have not tasted victory since September? I've decided to go see Iowa State play Kansas instead of watch BC. I have not done that since the late 1990's but I have to check out this team that beat Texas in Austin.

John said...

Headed to game. I go for two reasons. I have already paid for my season tickets and I want to see if Rettig can give me hope for next season.Today's question, can we actually pull off a huge upset?

Snuffy said...

John - we could pull off an upset if we were playing UMass. Today, you will see what bad coaches with great talent do against bad coaches with not so great talent