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Lowcountry restaurants offering specials for Gamecocks game

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From beer specials to the largest televisions and even a healthy option, there are plenty of places to watch the USC season opener against North Carolina. Here are a few we found.

*The Roost, Avondale:
 Hosting the Charleston County Gamecock Club official watch party

*Chucktown Fitness, West Ashley:
 Several flat screens tuned to the game plus the staff will provide healthy snacks

*Kickin Chicken:
 $12 bucket of beers.  

*Coosaw Creek Crab Shack:
 2 large TV's at bar and on the patio. Serving All-U-Can-Eat Crablegs with corn & potatoes from 4:30-8:30 PM. If your table says the words "Gamecocks" or "TarHeels" within the first 5 minutes of seating, the table gets a free Shack's Crab Dip.

*Ms. Rose's, West Ashley:
 $3 Local Beers
 

*Big Game Bar and Grill, Mount Pleasant:
 Shot of Jameson and a domestic bottle beer $6, Bud Light Drafts $2.50 and pitchers $9, Fireball $3, Grand Ma $5 and .50 wings

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