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Mississippi State Bulldogs Schedule
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Mississippi State Bulldogs Football at the Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field
The Mississippi State Bulldogs are the athletic teams of the Mississippi State University. The university belongs to the Southeastern Conference and compete in the NCAA Division I. Bulldogs is the school nickname, and their school fight song is "Hail State". The school mascot was named Bully and the school colors are Maroon and White. They are also playing at the Davis Wade Stadium in Starkville, Mississippi.
Mississippi State's main rival is The University of Mississippi (the "Rebels"), also known as "Ole Miss". Many also feel that a few other teams in the Southeastern Conference, such as Alabama and LSU, serve as rivals in specific sports.
The Bulldogs and Rebels close each football season with the Egg Bowl, with the victor receiving possession of the Golden Egg Trophy. Mississippi leads the series, one of the south's most played, 60-39-6, dating back to 1901.
The Battle of the Golden Egg (nicknamed the Egg Bowl) is an annual college football game between the Ole Miss Rebels and in-state fellow SEC team Mississippi State University (MSU) Bulldogs. While the 2 teams have played each other since 1901, with 2003 being the year in which the 2 teams had played each other 100 times and now having played each other a total of 104 times, the first game officially known as the "The Battle of the Golden Egg" was in 1927. While it is called a "Bowl", the game is not a postseason bowl game, but rather a regular season Southeastern Conference (SEC) game for both teams as they are both SEC members in the West Division. Record: 39–60–6
Other natural rivals for the Bulldogs are SEC Western Division opponents LSU, Arkansas, Alabama, and Auburn.
The 2007 contest between State and LSU Tigers marked the 101st time the teams had met dating back to 1896, including every season since 1944. MSU trails in the series, 33–65–3. As of 2007, LSU has won the last eight contests, dating back to 2000.
MSU and Arkansas have competed closely not just in football, but in all sports since the Razorbacks joined the SEC in 1992. MSU trails in the series, 5–12–1, with Arkansas holding a nine-game consecutive winning streak dating back to 1999. In 2008, Mississippi State snapped that streak with a 31-28 victory at home, after trailing 14-0 at one point in the 1st quarter.
MSU and Alabama have met 92 times, including every season since 1948. Alabama claims a commanding lead in the series, 77–18–3, including 22 consecutive victories from 1958–1979. The two schools are also closer together than any other two SEC schools. The most historic win for Mississippi State in the MSU-Alabama series was a 6-3 victory in 1980 against an Associated Press (AP) #1 ranked Alabama team. The win ended an Alabama twenty-eight game winning streak and interrupted Alabama's drive for a third consecutive AP national championship. Sylvester Croom, MSU's head coach from 2004-2008, was Alabama's inside linebackers coach at the time of that game. During Croom's tenure as Mississippi State's head coach, MSU won two of the five games.
MSU and Auburn have met 81 times, with Auburn holding the series lead, 23–56–2.
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Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field Address
Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field address is
90 B.S. Hood Drive, Mississippi State, MS 39762
Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field Capacity
Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field Capacity is 61,337 for an Mississippi State Bulldogs football game. Use our Mississippi State Bulldogs Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field seating chart to help you choose your tickets. Our interactive Mississippi State Bulldogs seating chart allows you to see the field from all sections and compare prices via section or row.