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Mississippi State Bulldogs Football Panoramic - Davis Wade Stadium Panorama

Mississippi State Bulldogs Football Panoramic - Davis Wade Stadium Panorama

SKU: MSSU5
This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, spotlights the excitement of SEC football as the Mississippi State Bulldogs play in front of a sell-out crowd in Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field. The Bulldogs football program was established in 1895, but they did not garner the Bulldogs nickname until 1905. Today, if you go to an MSU football game, you will see “Bully” the mascot moving proudly about the sidelines of Davis Wade Stadium, entertaining the many MSU football fans that come to see their Bulldogs play. Mississippi State competes in the Southeastern Conference with many of the best college football programs in the country.
Mississippi State Bulldogs Basketball Panoramic - Humphrey Coliseum Picture

Mississippi State Bulldogs Basketball Panoramic - Humphrey Coliseum Picture

SKU: MSSU4
This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures an exciting night of basketball and a new era for the Mississippi State Bulldogs, as Coach Ben Howland leads the team to victory at Humphrey Coliseum in his first game in Maroon and White. Humphrey Coliseum, nicknamed The Hump, first opened in December 1975. One of the most difficult venues for opposing teams, this 10,500-seat multi-purpose arena, is the largest in Mississippi and has played host to some of the most storied programs in the country. MSU’s basketball program came into existence in the 1908-1909 season and boasts a proud history, including numerous SEC championships, SEC tournament championships and NCAA tournament appearances.
Mississippi State Bulldogs Baseball Panoramic - Dement Stadium

Mississippi State Bulldogs Baseball Panoramic - Dement Stadium

SKU: MSSU3
This aerial panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures a Mississippi State University spring homecoming tradition - Super Bulldog™ Weekend. The three-day event features a variety of activities including a softball series, a spring football game and a baseball series between the Bulldogs™ and a weekend opponent. Showcased in the center is Dudy Noble Field, Polk-DeMent Stadium, home to some of the largest on-campus crowds in college baseball history. While thousands of fans fill the grandstands and bleachers, many of the more highly prized seats at Bulldog baseball games are actually found beyond the outfield fence in the “Left Field Lounge™.”
Mississippi State Bulldogs Panoramic - Davis Wade Stadium Picture

Mississippi State Bulldogs Panoramic - Davis Wade Stadium Picture

SKU: MSSU2
This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, celebrates the 100-year anniversary of Scott Field, as the Mississippi State Bulldog football team took on their first opponent of the 2014 season. Scott Field was named after Olympic sprinter Don Magruder Scott, one of the best athletes ever to play at MSU. As part of the centennial celebration, the north end zone was expanded to accommodate over 61,000 fans, making Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field the largest on-campus football stadium in the state of Mississippi. It also features two of the largest video boards in college football.
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Mississippi State University Bulldogs Panoramic Pictures

Mississippi State University Bulldogs Panoramic Pictures | Mississippi State Bulldogs Logo

Based in Starkville, MS, Mississippi State University is represented in the Southeastern Conference (SEC) in NCAA Division I as the Mississippi State Bulldogs. With over a dozen varsity teams, the University's football, basketball and baseball programs are commonly seen as the most popular. Pictures of MS State football showcase the second-oldest stadium in NCAA college football: Davis Wade Stadium. The Bulldogs have presented many exciting seasons and titles to their fans, including dozens of All-Americans, All-SEC selections, and over a hundred NFL players. Bulldog football pictures capture one of the best programs in the U.S., and what has grown to be the largest higher education institution in its state.

Mississippi State basketball plays home games at Humphrey Coliseum, a 10,000+ seat venue nicknamed "The Hump" by fans. It is the largest on-campus basketball arena in the state and remains one of the top venues in the SEC despite its age. Bulldog baseball has also been popular with fans, with home games played at Dudy Noble Field since the late 1960s.

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