Mississippi State Football
The Mississippi State Bulldogs football team competes in the Western Division of the Southeastern Conference. In 1998, the MSU Bulldogs won the SEC Western Division Championship and competed in the 1998 SEC Championship Game, leading #1 Tennessee in the fourth quarter before falling 24-14 before 74,000 fans at the Georgia Dome. The MSU Bulldogs play in Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field. The facility is the second-oldest football stadium in NCAA Division I Football. The current capacity of Davis Wade Stadium is 55,082.
The official home of the MSU Bulldogs Football Team is HailState.com.
The head coach of the MSU Bulldogs football team is Dan Mullen.
Mississippi State University is a land-grant university located in Starkville, Mississippi. Mississippi State University was created by the Mississippi Legislature in 1878 and has a current enrollment of 17,039 students. The official academic website of Mississippi State University is msstate.edu.
MSU Football Gameday has an outstanding collection of MSU Bulldogs football information featuring traffic tips and directions, Davis Wade Stadium parking, MSU Bulldogs Gameday activities, and interactive Mississippi State Gameday maps.
The MSU Bulldogs home football stadium, Davis Wade Stadium, opened in 1914 as Scott Field. The stadium has since grown to an official capacity of 55,082.
There are many daily updated and in-depth fan sites and blogs covering the Mississippi State Bulldogs football team. The most widely visited MSU football websites are:
Bulldog Blitz…Member of the Rivals.com network.
For Whom the Cowbell Tolls…Grindin’ daily for MSU Athletics.
Maroon and White Nation…Mississippi State Bulldogs sports coverage.
Dawgs Bite…Member of the Scout.com network.
MSU Sports Blog…Daily Updated MSU Sports site.
Bulldawg Junction…For those who bleed maroon.
Mississippi newspapers cover MSU Bulldogs Football with in-depth analysis. The most popular are: