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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2018 Mississippi State Season Preview
Dak Prescott will be forever immortalized in Mississippi State legend and lore. He was a gamer and continues to be, but the Bulldogs aren’t living in the past, and with QB Nick Fitzgerald, some say they might have found someone to fill Dak’s shoes. Nick is a giant of a man at 6-5 and 230 pounds, who chalked up 2,423 yards and 21 scores while also rushing for 1,375 yards and 16 TDs. Those are impressive numbers for a young man tasked to pick up where Dak left off. If he can continue to improve in his junior year, the Bulldogs will be dangerous. Now, Mississippi State does not have the most forgiving schedule, with games at Alabama, LSU and Ole Miss. But they should be able to handle their business against the likes of BYU, Kentucky, Charleston Southern and UMass. Do that and you need to crank out four more wins to get to eight. That’s the magic number, hit 8 and this season is a success. Whether you are planning on cheering on Mississippi State at Davis Wade Stadium or supporting the Bulldogs on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017 Mississippi State Bulldogs tickets, including home and away games.
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 61,000. 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.
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.
What are the student sections for a Mississippi State Bulldogs football game at Davis Wade Stadium?
Student seating at the Davis Wade Stadium are sections 8-17.
What are the visitor sections for a Mississippi State Bulldogs football game at Davis Wade Stadium?
Visitor seating at the Davis Wade Stadium are sections 24, 25, 301-304 & 310-313.
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.
2016 Mississippi State Football 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.
2015 Mississippi State Football Preview
Mississippi State had a breakout season last year. Behind the stellar play of Dak Prescott, the Bulldogs started 7-0 and were ranked #1 in the nation. Prescott returns for Mississippi State in 2015 and will have one of the most experienced teams in the country behind him. The 2015 Mississippi State roster includes 8 senior starters, with no underclassmen slated to start the opener for MSU. Prescott’s ability to beat teams with his legs and his arm, put him in an elite category among college quarterbacks, and he should be in the Heisman conversation late in the season. Mississippi State’s chances in 2015 will lay heavily on Prescott’s shoulders, but the quarterback has proven to play his best in big situations. Look for the Bulldogs to separate themselves in a packed SEC West division. The 2015 Mississippi State Bulldogs football schedule includes major home games against LSU, Alabama, and Ole Miss.
2014 Mississippi State Football Preview
Under Dan Mullen’s reign, the Bulldogs have made it to 4 straight bowl games, and the energy around the program is as high as it has been in a decade. The 2013 season saw the Bulldogs not only win 7 games, but also go toe to toe with many of the top teams in the SEC, proving that State is just a hair away from being able to compete for an SEC championship. Dak Prescott returns for his junior season as one of the top dual-threat quarterbacks in the country. Mississippi State’s dynamic rushing attack will also include a running back tandem of Josh Robinson and Nick Griffin behind a veteran offensive line. Playing in the SEC West is never easy, and State will have high profile road games at LSU and in Oxford against arch-rival Ole Miss. There is little doubt that Mississippi State will have one of the top rushing attacks in the nation, and will look to pound their way through the SEC on the ground.
2013 Mississippi State Football Preview
Playing in the SEC is never an easy task, but the Mississippi State Bulldogs are hopeful that they can build off a 2012 season that saw them start 3-0 in the conference and finish with a bowl berth after winning 8 games. Head coach Dan Mullen has done a great job in his three years and is already tied for sixth in school history for wins. Mullen’s success has caught the attention of the Bulldog faithful as they have sold out a school-record 16 consecutive home games at Davis Wade Stadium. Mississippi State returns quarterback Tyler Russell after a season where he threw for nearly 3,000 yards with 24 touchdowns.
The Bulldogs are solid on the offensive line and at running backs and with the top players returning to the front seven on defense, Mississippi State will be able to compete with anyone in football, even in the SEC. Mullen’s team will start their season with Oklahoma State on a neutral field, but will host conference rivals LSU and Alabama with trips to Texas A&M and South Carolina.
2011 Mississippi State Football Preview
If there’s one coach in the SEC that could serve as its own mascot, it’s Mississippi State’s Dan Mullen. The tenacity he’s brought to Starkville led to its first bowl game last year in twelve years. With a new stadium and complex, this is definitely a new era for Bulldog football.
However, who will be throwing the ball in this new era is still up in the air. Senior Chris Relf is looking to separate himself from the competition this spring, but even with a solid 2010, he’s still in the hunt along with sophomore Tyler Russell and redshirt freshman Dylan Favre. In the backfield, senior Vick Ballard is looking for his first 1,000 yard season, a milestone he missed by only 32 yards last year. At wideout, junior Chad Bumphis looks to become Mullen’s go to guy.
There are holes in the defense caused by NFL defections in every defensive unit except for the secondary, which makes it the Bulldogs’ strongest. senior Charles Mitchell will start at safety while juniors Johnthan Banks and Corey Broomfield will continue their strong careers at State.
2010 Mississippi State Football Preview
Mississippi State generally finds themselves toward the bottom of the SEC West, and that was once again the case in 2009. The Bulldogs finished a disappointing 5-7, with a 3-5 conference record. With a difficult schedule and an inexperienced offense, it is hard to believe that they can improve on that result this year.
Coach Dan Mullen enters his second season in Starkville with lots of question marks on offense. One of the biggest questions is who will play quarterback, as junior Chris Relf and redshirt freshman Tyler Russell are vying for the starting job. The Bulldogs had the best rushing offense in the SEC last season, but since Anthony Dixon, who ran for 1,391 yards, graduated, they will have to find someone else to carry the load. That onus falls on the shoulders of either junior Robert Elliott or Vick Ballard.
The defenses strength will be its front seven, led by senior linebackers Chris White and K.J. Wright. Both had solid junior campaigns and should be just as productive as seniors. Sophomore cornerback Corey Broomfield anchors a secondary that could benefit from the added pressure up front.
Although Bulldog fans may be hoping for only their second bowl bid in ten years, games at Florida, LSU, Alabama and Ole Miss may be problematic.
2009 Mississippi State Football Preview
The Mississippi State Bulldogs will be breaking in a new Head Coach when the 2009 season kicks off. Gone is former Bulldog coach Sylvester Croom; replacing him is former Florida Gator offensive coordinator Dan Mullen. The position in Starkville will be the first-time that Mullen has been Head Coach of a college football program, but he has a wealth of coordinator experience from Florida and Utah. Part of Mullen's goal will be to get the excitement back in Davis Wade Stadium and to start winning some SEC games. Bulldogs fans are probably also hoping for a big win in the Egg Bowl, which would give MSU a chance to hurt the season of their big in-state rival, Ole Miss.
2008 Mississippi State Football Preview
The Mississipi State Bulldogs football program is one of the most exciting to follow in the Southeastern Conference (SEC) this coming season. The Bulldogs finished the 2007 season with a respectable record and a bowl bid to play the Conference USA champion in the Liberty Bowl in Memphis. The SEC is widely considered the toughest and most competitive conference in the country, and Mississippi State fans will cram into Davis Wade Stadium this year to cheer the Bulldogs on to a conference championship and a BCS bowl bid.