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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