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Mississippi State Bulldogs Football Tickets - Overview
The Mississippi State Bulldogs play Division I college football for Mississippi State University in the Southeastern Conference (SEC). The Bulldogs play their home games in Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field in Starkville, MS. Mississippi State is coached by Dan Mullen. The Bulldogs' main rivals include Ole Miss, Alabama and Kentucky.
Mississippi State Bulldogs Football Tickets - History
Mississippi State's football program began in 1914.The Bulldogs do not have a lot of championship hardware in their trophy case, but have produced a number of standout players that include 38 All-Americans and 124 National Football League Players. Mississippi State's most recent title came in 1998 when they won the SEC West division. The Bulldogs had an impressive 2010 campaign; they finished 9-4, were ranked 15th in the Associate Press poll, beat Georgia and Florida in the same season for the first time in school history and toppled Michigan, 52-14 in the Gator Bowl.
Mississippi State Bulldogs Football Tickets - Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field
Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field is located at Lee Boulevard and Moore Road in Starkville, MS. The playing service was named for Don Magruder Scott, an Olympic sprinter and an MSU football standout. The stadium is named after Floyd Davis Wade, whose financial contributions made the stadium's 2002 expansion possible. The stadium has a capacity of 55,082; about 15,000 more seats than before the '02 expansion. The stadium's largest crowd was 58,103 in 2009 for a contest against the Alabama Crimson Tide.
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Since the 2009 season, Davis Wade Stadium has had 10 consecutive sellouts, and season ticket sales continue to rise. That means Mississippi State Bulldogs football tickets will be more difficutlt to get. There's a hope of another stadium expansion, but until then you don't want to miss out on seeing the Bulldogs built off their impressive 2010 season. Check out SeatGeek. The site forecasts ticket prices for all Mississippi State home games, so you'll know if prices for Mississippi State Bulldogs football tickets are going up or down, which will help save you money.