University of Georgia: Clery's, Back Bay
Five yards from a chance to play in the national title game, the Bulldogs are looking for redemption. And if if they can make it past the brutal Clemson-South Carolina two-week opening stretch, they could find themselves back in SEC Championship. Assuming you can't be between the hedges in Athens, hum along to the best worst college orientation video of all time at Clery's while taking down fried pickles/chicken, biscuits, and pulled pork flatbreads. Go Dawgs!
University of Oregon/University of Washington: The Hub Pub, Downtown Crossing
Listen to Pac-12 fans whine about how it's soooo much better watching games at 9a at DTX's The Hub Pub, where both New England Ducks and area Huskies fans catch their games. Want real fireworks, though? Put October 12th on the calendar -- that's the day the two schools play each other.
University of Wisconsin/Louisiana State University: The Baseball Tavern, Fenway
Bringing a little Baton Rouge to Beantown, the LSU alumni chapter has been calling The Baseball Tavern in Fenway home for a while. Joining them mostly to talk about how good Montee Ball is going to be in the NFL: the Badgers of Wisconsin.
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Finally, other schools of note and their respective game-watching bars: Oklahoma State (Anchovies… yes, this is for real), South Carolina (J.J. Foley's), Louisville (Tavern in the Square Porter), Florida State (Brownstone), Vanderbilt/Clemson/Texas/Penn State (The Greatest Bar), Miami (Lir), Stanford (Jerry Remy's Fenway/Tavern in the Square Central), Syracuse (Pour House), Alabama/Virginia Tech/Kansas State (White Horse Tavern), Michigan State (Baseball Tavern), UCLA/Colorado/Arizona (North Star), Northwestern (Game On!), Florida (Stadium Sports Bar & Grill). Who are we missing? Add 'em below in the comments.