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Buffalo Wild Wings has full house for Sugar Bowl

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Watching college football bowl games and eating wings were on the agenda for some folks on New Year's Day.

Buffalo Wild Wings was packed with fans watching the Sugar Bowl Thursday.

The restaurant says they expected to serve a big crowd of people watching the battle between Alabama Crimson Tide and the Ohio State buckeyes.

Workers said a steady flow of fans kept them busy all night.

We focus on the crowd. We focus on the customers. Hopefully it'll all turn out as planned,” said Ebony Harrell.

“Been packed pretty much all day. I know a lot of other resturants that are closed and we're just loving the fan base right nowm” said Jarrett Jones.

The winner of that game will face off against Oregon, who beat Florida State tonight in the Rose Bowl.

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