Tallahassee, FL -- Brian McMath and the rest of the Tallahassee Seminole Club hope that their watch party at "Po' Boys" restaurant on Saturday ends the same way all the other ones have - with a Florida State victory. The group, consisting of 150 alumni and boosters, always wants to make sure that the 'Noles that don't make the trip always have a place to watch the game.
"It's a lot of fun to just get together, it's fun anytime you get together with a group of seminoles, and getting together to watch the seminoles play for a championship is very exciting," said McMath, who sits on the board of directors for the group.
Inside, the restaurant has been hosting watch parties since television started broadcasting away games. Even though the team is out of town, the money still rolls in.
"It actually gets pretty packed. We have a lot of people coming that want to support the 'Noles. If they can't watch it, be at the game, be at their house, they definitely want to come up here, take advantage of the specials we're running and hang out with some good people and friends," said Assistant G.M. Nikki Taylor.