Mississippi State has a rich football history, producing 14 All-Americans and 54 ALL-SEC team selections. While the team has the dubious distinction of attracting NCAA sanctions for rules violations in 1975, 1996, and 2004, the Bulldogs have also shined in recent years, playing for the SEC Championship in 1998 and the Cotton Bowl that same year. At 4pm the day before the game the campus will play Hail State which is the signal for fans to make their mad dash to claim a spot in the junction and set up their tents. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Mississippi State Bulldogs football tickets.
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2016 Mississippi State Season Preview
The Mississippi State Bulldogs were invited to the Belk Bowl against NC State last season where the season ended with a win, resulting in a 9-4 season. In 2016, this will be head coach Dan Mullen’s eighth year competing in the SEC WEST with the Bulldogs, which is the toughest division in football. Mississippi State lost quarterback Dak Prescott, leaving big shoes to fill as the offense leader. Sophomore Nick Fitzgerald is expected to fill the Bulldogs' open QB position. As a young quarterback, there seems to be an opportunity for a promising season as he has shown strong running skills and is supported from talented wide receivers, Fred Ross and Donald Gary. On the other side of the ball, the defense is changing its style with a new staff plus coordinator, Peter Simon. Simon will be installing a 3-4 defense and utilizing A.J. Jefferson and Mick James skills as defensive ends. All eyes will be on Mississippi State to see how they handle changes to the quarterback and a new defensive coaching staff. The 2016 schedule for the Mississippi State Bulldogs shows that they will play SEC opponents Arkansas, Auburn, South Carolina and Texan A&M at home and go on the road to compete against Alabama, Kentucky, LSU and Ole Miss. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Bulldogs at home games or supporting Mississippi State on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Mississippi State Bulldogs’ tickets, including home and away games.
Check out our Mississippi State Bulldogs Season Preview History page for previews of previous Bulldogs seasons.
Mississippi State Bulldogs Football at Davis Wade Stadium Address: Lee Blvd Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi, 39762
The Mississippi State Bulldogs play their home games at Davis Wade Stadium in Starkville, Mississippi. The Stadium holds a capacity of more than 55,000. Visitors 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. TicketCity is a great source for Mississippi State Bulldogs tickets for all games. The Mississippi State Bulldogs home bench is on the Davis Wade Stadium sideline with sections 1-7. Davis Wade Stadium parking information is covered in our Bulldogs event guide.
The 10th longest uninterrupted team rivalry in the U.S. is the battle for the golden egg. The Egg Bowl as it is known, was first played in 1901. It is still the game that determines supremacy in college football, well at least supremacy in the state of Mississippi.
One of the most lopsided rivalries in college sports with the vast majority of wins going to Alabama but things can always change. One things for sure, the battle between the Bulldogs and the Crimson Tide is always a great SEC football experience.
Mississippi State Bulldogs in College Football Playoff, Bowl Games and SEC Conference Championship
The Bulldogs have shined in recent years, playing for the SEC Championship in 1998 and the Cotton Bowl that same year. The following year Mississippi State would finish the season 10-2 and end up with a #12 national ranking. TicketCity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the SEC championship game.
Mississippi State Bulldogs Event Guide
Can I bring my cowbell to the game?
Yes, a ruling in 2010 overturned the previous ban and now fans are permitted to bring and use their cowbell during time outs, at half time and after touchdowns. Respect the bell.
Does my child need a ticket to attend a Mississippi State Bulldogs game?
Yes, all fans regardless of age must have a ticket to enter the stadium.
Where are the best places to eat before a Bulldogs game?
Strombolis on University Dr. is a great spot to grab a slice before the game and is very close. If you're in the mood for BBQ, The Little Dooey on fellowship street is awesome, be sure to try the famous pulled pork.
Where is the best place to park for a Mississippi State home game?
There are numerous reserved parking lots near Davis Wade Stadium that require a parking pass, which TicketCity can help you obtain. Paid and free parking is offered further away from the stadium, with shuttle service. The traffic leaving a Mississippi State game can be heavy, so plan accordingly to avoid any delays.
What is the Junction?
The junction is the prime pre-game/tailgating spot, located just south of Scott Field and north of Creelman street. It's a beautiful spot very close to the game with a few nice shade trees and tens of thousands of rabid Bulldogs fans that will be their well before the game and after.