The Schedule in 2013
The Mississippi State Bulldogs are ready to tear into the competition this season when the
best teams in the nation come to visit Starkville. The Bulldogs have a lot of talented players dotting the roster, and this
could be a big season for them. Mississippi State has a 2013 schedule loaded with great matchups with some tough teams that
won't go down easily. You can be there in the stands for all the biggest matchups this season.
The Bulldogs will host
the Alabama Crimson Tide at Davis Wade Stadium on November 16th in what could be the toughest game of their season. The Crimson
Tide are the reigning National Champions, and have been an absolute juggernaut in college football over the past several seasons.
If the Bulldogs are going to take down Alabama, they're going to have to find a way to move the ball on the Tide's vaunted
defensive unit. Every season the Crimson Tide has a defense that stifles opposing teams week after week, and the Bulldogs
are going to have to find a way to exploit any weaknesses they can find.
Mississippi State will cap off their regular
season home schedule on November 28th when they host the Ole Miss Rebels for the Egg Bowl. These two teams have a rivalry
that goes back a long time, and the Bulldogs always play hard during this contest. Both teams not only want the big victory,
but also the pride that comes with winning the Egg Bowl. All the biggest football fans in the state of Mississippi will be
looking to get to this game, and you can join them in the stands for a matchup that you'll always remember.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs are a Division I football team that plays in the Southeast Conference (SEC). The
SEC is generally considered to be the best and most challenging conference in the entire nation, so fans follow teams in the
SEC very closely on an annual basis. The Bulldogs were able to amass a winning record in 2012, going 8-5 overall. They broke
even in SEC play with a 4-4 mark, which is not an easy task in such a difficult conference. The Bulldogs are looking to climb
the standings this season and make it all the way to the SEC Title Game, where the conference champion is crowned.
There is nothing better than seeing a sporting event live and in person. Sports have been a part
of cultures around the world for a very long time, and spectators have always enjoyed watching athletes compete at the highest
of levels. When you're there in the stands at a sporting event like this one, you're treated to seeing some of the most talented
athletes in the entire world going head to head with everything on the line. There's nothing that compares to the atmosphere
at a game, where you're surrounded by fans that are all there to enjoy a great spectacle of sport.
Fans of college athletics
bring an intensity to the table that is paralleled by very few pro sports fans. There's something about the top level of amateur
competition that really gets the crowd going. College football fans carve out their entire Saturday to celebrate all that
comes with the game. These diehards are up early and off to the stadium parking lot for tailgating before the game. Once inside
the stadium, they can be heard screaming their heads off for their favorite team to come out on top. It's a real thrill to
be in the stands when the star player takes it into the end zone for the win.
When you head out for a big football game
you're sure to experience all that comes with a gridiron clash. The parking lot at the stadium will be filled with people
gearing up for the big game, grilling up some grub and sipping on a few beverages as well. It's all one big lead up to the
main event, which is the game itself. It's all one great experience that really takes an entire day to appreciate, and you
can be a part of it all when you head to a game.
The Southeast Conference in Division I
football is considered by many college football experts and fans to be the premier conference in the nation. The SEC features
programs like the Texas A&M Aggies, Florida Gators, Georgia Bulldogs, Kentucky Wildcats, Missouri Tigers, South Carolina
Gamecocks, Tennessee Volunteers, Vanderbilt Commodores, Alabama Crimson Tide, Arkansas Razorbacks, Auburn Tigers, Louisiana
State Tigers, Ole Miss Rebels and Mississippi State Bulldogs. Last season the Alabama Crimson Tide finished with a 13-1 record
(7-1 in SEC play) and went on the win the BCS National Championship Game.
The Mississippi State
Bulldogs have called Wade David Stadium home for a long time. In what year was the stadium built?
The answer is 1914.