Mississippi State Bulldogs Football

The Mississippi State University Bulldogs football program represents Mississippi State University in the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision, competing as a member of the Western Division of the Southeastern Conference. Miss. It has produced 38 All-Americans, 171 All-SEC selections, and 124 NFL players. The Bulldogs play in Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field. The facility is the second-oldest football stadium in NCAA FBS football. The current capacity is 55,082. Typical to most SEC stadiums, Davis Wade Stadium has extensive landscaping done around the playing field. The largest attendance in a game at the stadium is 58,103, which occurred on November 14, 2009 during the MSU vs. Alabama contest. The second largest crowd of 57,178 occurred three weeks earlier, on October 24, 2009, during the MSU vs. Florida Gators contest. In 2005, Mississippi State opened the 46,000-square-foot (4,300 m) Holliman Center. The center includes a weight room, equipment room, team meeting rooms, a lounge, and a practice locker room. Currently, Dan Mullen is the head football coach at Mississippi State University. Though announced on December 11, 2008, Coach Mullen originally split his time between...
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  • MSU raiding Alabama for football talent

    The Sun Herald 4 days ago
    Mississippi State landed two players from the state of Alabama on Friday -- Pinson Valley running back Nick Gibson and Hoover wide receiver Justin Johnson. Gibson and Johnson are both considered among the best prospects in Alabama. Mississippi State also picked ...
  • MSU lands three huge commitments on Big Dawg weekend

    The Sun Herald 4 days ago
    Mississippi State landed two prized recruits during its Big Dawg football camp this weekend in Starkville. Bassfield safety Jamal Peters, Bay Springs athlete Jonas Spivey and Co-Lin Community College defensive end Johnathan Calvin all committed to the Bulldogs. Sports247.com ...
  • University of Redlands football foursome garners All-America nod

    Redlands Daily Facts, Calif. 6 days ago
    REDLANDS -- University of Redlands quarterback Kevin Russell was named to the USA College Football Preseason Division 3 All-America third team earlier this week. But the second-year Bulldogs quarterback was more happy for his teammates. Senior offensive lineman Aaron Hinkle and ...
  • SEC Network TV launch looming; some fans in dark

    The Associated Press 6 days ago
    Les Miles
    HOOVER, Ala. (AP) — Fan Lee Massengale is already worried about Georgia's game with Troy, even with Clemson and South Carolina coming up first. Massengale's not sure if his cable provider will be carrying the SEC Network, which broadcasts ...
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    The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tenn., Daily Dish column

    Commercial Appeal 1 week ago
    HOOVER, Alabama -- What a difference a finish can make. A year ago, Mississippi State came to SEC football media days off an 8-5 season in 2012, and expectations were muted. Coming off 2013's 7-6 record, the Bulldogs arrived here ...
  • Bulldogs upset by Monarchs

    The Bellingham Herald 1 week ago
    BELLINGHAM -- For 59 minutes and 36 seconds, the Bellingham Bulldogs relied on its goal-line defense to keep them in the Pacific Football League first-round playoff contest. Ahead of the Portland Monarchs 20-16 with 23.7 seconds left, the Bulldogs finally ...

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