Auburn - Mississippi St. Tickets
The SEC is a conference steeped in tradition and with that comes heated rivalries
among all of the schools in the conference. One of the most hotly contested conference rivalries is between the Auburn Tigers
and the Mississippi State Bulldogs. This is true across all sports and whenever the two universities collide in an athletic
conference you can expect the level of competition to be at its highest. Fans of both schools are dedicated and rabid and
never hesitate to show their undying support of their teams. Whether your favorite sport is football, basketball, baseball,
softball, or something else you are sure to be part an unforgettable game when you get tickets for a contest between the Auburn
Tigers and the Mississippi State Bulldogs.
Auburn - Mississippi St.
Both Auburn and Mississippi State
are founding members of the SEC and have been competing against one another in the conference since 1932. Whatever the sport,
there is no love lost when the Tigers and the Bulldogs face off against one another and their long history of competition
makes for an intense atmosphere both on the field and in the stands. Not only are both team SEC rivals but they both compete
in the Western Division of the conference, making each match up even more meaningful in the conference standings. Tigers fans
and Bulldogs fans are widely known as some of the most fervent and loyal fans in all of college athletics and being in the
stands surrounded by fans of either school is an experience you will never forget.
Auburn - Mississippi State
The Auburn Tigers and the Mississippi State Bulldogs constantly find themselves competing against one another
and vying for a top spot in the SEC standings. The two universities are set to collide in May on the baseball diamond in a
series that will have lasting effects on the SEC standings and could have a huge impact on positioning in the postseason tournament.
The two schools will square off for a three game series at Plainsman Park in Auburn, Alabama on May 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. They
are only separated by a few games in the conference standings and this could offer the Tigers a chance to close the gap or
the Bulldogs a chance to get a little separation. Plainsman Park is well known in the college baseball world as one of the
finest parks in the sport and no college baseball fan will want to miss out on the chance to see theses two college baseball
powerhouses battle it out at the famous venue.
Of course, the SEC is known as a college football powerhouse and both
Auburn and Mississippi State have formidable programs. This year the Tigers will be looking to build on a remarkable 2013-2014
season that saw them play in the National Championship Game, but eventually fall to Florida State in a thriller. While the
loss still stings, Auburn will use that as motivation all season in hopes of returning to the championship and this time bringing
home the trophy. Mississippi State will be looking to rebound from a tough 2013-2014 season that had them finish with a 7-6
overall record. With some highly rates recruits and key players returning there is no reason not to believe that the Bulldogs
will be competing for a top spot in the Western Division of the SEC. The two squads will meet each other on the gridiron on
October 11th at Davis Wade Stadium in Starkville, Mississippi in a game that could well decide who will be competing for the
SEC Championship. This is a game not to be missed and will surely be one of the most exciting games of the entire college
football season so start making plans to be at Davis Wade Stadium and get your tickets from StubHub as soon as possible.
Auburn - Mississippi St. History
Both Auburn and Mississippi State have dominant athletic programs. The Tigers
have won 15 conference titles, 8 division titles, 2 claimed national titles, and 8 unclaimed national titles in football while
Mississippi State has won a conference title and a division title and boasts an 11-7 bowl game record. Mississippi State has
appeared in 9 College World Series Contests while Auburn has appeared in 4 and the two teams are constantly at or near the
top of the SEC baseball standings. When it comes to athletics these are two of the premiere universities in the country and
when they face off against one another it is sure to be a thrilling experience, whatever the sport.
Mississippi State Bulldogs have had 11 players go on to be first round picks in the NFL Draft, the most recent being Fletcher
Cox in 2012. The Auburn Tigers have had three players win the Heisman Trophy, quarterback Pat Sullivan who won it in 1971,
running back Bo Jackson who won it in 1985, and quarterback Cam Newton who won it in 2010 while leading the Tigers to a National