Facilities & Directions
Davis Wade Stadium
A new era of Mississippi State football begins as new head coach Joe Moorhead leads the Mississippi State Bulldogs into the raucous atmosphere of Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field in the midst of a span that has seen 20 wins over the last 28 home games. In 2014, the Bulldogs tied the single-season school record for home victories, posting a 7-0 mark en route to the program’s first No. 1 national ranking.
Christened after Olympic sprinter Don Magruder Scott, one of State’s first football superstars, the 103-year-old historic facility (the nation’s second-oldest FBS campus football stadium) has undergone six renovation and expansion projects during its history. The first game at Scott Field came with an MSU win over Marion (Ala.) Military Institute, 54-0, on Oct. 3, 1914.
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