The Boise State football team knew Sunday morning that they were likely headed to San Diego to play in the Poinsettia Bowl, according to the Idaho Press Tribune. The Broncos found out Sunday they were in fact headed to San Diego to play in the Poinsettia Bowl on Dec. 23. Their opponent will be the Northern Illinois Huskies, who are 8-5 and lost in the MAC championship game on Friday night.
Come show your Blue and Orange Spirit at The Drink Event Center and Waterfront Grill. Directly to the right of the entrance is their own Sports bar, Whammy's! Come watch the game, play some pool, or just chill with friends.
The matchup in San Diego will pit the top two Group of Five programs over this decade, as the Huskies (65 wins) and Broncos (63) rank first and second, respectively, in wins among all such teams since 2010. Boise State’s streak of consecutive bowl games is tied for the sixth-longest in the country, and includes a previous trip to the Poinsettia Bowl.
Thousands of Broncos fans will snap up tickets for the contest; but for BSU students, fans and alumni who can't make the trip and don't feel like watching at home, Whammy's is the place to take in the action on big screen TVs, along with cold drinks and hot food.
Their bartender Rene, says there's room for lots of people. Mention the Local Impact Zone and receive Happy Hour prices for the whole evening! Get there early to wet your whistle before the matchup starts. Further, even though it's a great place to party for sports, the event center is a multi-faceted entertainment complex, offering docks by a gorgeous lake, wi-fi, DJs, dancing and live entertainment. So even if a game gets out of hand, there a plenty of ways to make it a great evening.
So if the game gets out of hand, there are plenty of ways to make a fun evening out of it.
When it comes to watering holes and sports bars, it's hard to beat the Drink Waterfront Grill. Enjoy the ice cold beer and pretty girls on wait staff, by playing up their eats, drinks and scenic views.