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Florida Gators Football vs Mississippi State Bulldogs Football Tickets 2024

  • The next Florida Gators at Mississippi State Bulldogs game is on Saturday, 09/21/2024 at Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field in Starkville.
  • There are 1829 Florida Gators at Mississippi State Bulldogs tickets available starting at $34 per ticket.
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The Swamp aka. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium Information

  • Location: Gainesville, Florida
  • Address: University Ave & Gale Lemerand Dr, Gainesville, Florida 32604
  • Capacity: 90,716
  • Year Opened: 1930
  • Former Name: Florida Field
  • Parking: Parking is available for purchase
  • Rules: Recording devices, firearms, umbrellas are not allowed into Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.
  • Occupants: Florida Gators Football
  • Parking: Parking is available for purchase

Ben Hill Griffin Stadium is an outdoor football stadium located on the campus of the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. The stadium is home to the Florida Gators football team. The field is known as Florida Field, the original name of the stadium itself, and the stadium as a whole is most commonly referred to as "the Swamp", a nickname given by Steve Spurrier when he coached the Gators in the 1990s. Visitors to Ben Hill Griffin Stadium will be struck by how well it lives up to its nickname. It is a hot and windless environment that makes life difficult for opposing teams.

In addition to being the Swamp for the Gator football team, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium has also been host to a variety of other events. The annual Gator Growl pep rally takes place at the Swamp. Headliners for that event have included Bill Cosby, Billy Crystal, Jerry Seinfeld, and Dave Chappelle. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium has also hosted a few college bowl games, like the Tangerine Bowl in 1973 and the Gator Bowl in 1994. Concerts held at the stadium include performances by Bob Dylan, Elton John, and the Rolling Stones. Look for Ben Hill Griffin Stadium to begin hosting games for the All American Football League's Team Florida starting next year. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium is the 10th largest college stadium in the country with a capacity of just over 90,000. The crowd at a Gator football game is one of the best in all of college sports. Visitors to the Ben Hill Griffin Stadium will be blown away by the level of fan support and the hot and hostile environment visiting teams have to contend with. Whatever the event, buy Ben Hill Griffin Stadium tickets today and don't miss an event at the Swamp!

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Davis Wade Stadium Information

  • Location: Starkville, Mississippi
  • Address: Lee Blvd Mississippi State, Mississippi 39762
  • Capacity: 55,000+
  • Year Opened: 1914
  • Parking: Parking spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis and cannot be saved. Parking is permitted only in designated spaces.
  • Occupants: Mississippi State Bulldogs Football

Scott Field at Davis Wade Stadium is an outdoor football stadium on the campus of Mississippi State University in Starkville, Mississippi. The second oldest Division I FBS stadium in the nation, Davis Wade Stadium is the home of the Mississippi State Bulldogs football team. Visitors to Scott Field are impressed by the historic stadium's recent expansion, its new skyboxes, and club-level seats, as well as the incredible fan support for the Bulldogs.

Originally named Scott Field after Don Magruder Scott, one of MSU's first football stars, the stadium was renamed after Floyd Davis Wade Sr., who contributed to the cost of the stadium's latest expansion. The playing surface is still known as Scott Field. Opened in 1914, the stadium has seen multiple expansions to bring its capacity to the current level of just 55,000. High attendance and rabid fans have combined to give the Bulldogs a fantastic home record. In the last 13 years, MSU has managed to sell at or above 25,000 home tickets per year, even managing more than 30,000 tickets in the last two years.

Visitors to Scott Field at Davis Wade Stadium will be blown away by the level of fan support and the hot and hostile environment visiting teams have to contend with. The stadium is increasingly becoming known as one of the toughest places in the country to play on the road. Buy Scott Field tickets and don't miss an event at Davis Wade Stadium!

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