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RE: JMU Alumni Association Watch Parties List/Thread (link)
(01-10-2020 03:44 PM)14SemesterDuke Wrote:  
(01-10-2020 11:40 AM)JMU1987UVA1998 Wrote:  For those EVA Dukes on way to or in Frisco enjoy yourselves. We did when our Dukes played YSU.

Looking for feedback on best of the RVA Watch Party establishments. Been to Jack Brown's for brunch but never to watch a game. Unfortunately haven't had the opportunity to go to Gus's before tomorrow potentially.

Jack Browns is small and only has two TV's, wouldn't want to watch the game there.

I'd suggest Gus', the GM is a JMU alum and makes sure it's on multiple TV's. They typically have a pretty big crowd for the biggest games as well.

14 thanks for the feedback. We're heading to Gus's around 9 AM.
01-10-2020 05:25 PM
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