The Davis Wade Stadium is the home of the Mississippi State Bulldogs football team. Located on Lee Boulevard and Moore Road in Starkville, Mississippi, the Davis Wade Stadium has hosted the Bulldogs football program since its opening in 1914. The playing surface, made of Prescription Athletic Turf, is named after Don Magruder Scott who was an Olympian Sprinter and one of Mississippi State's first football stars. The stadium itself is named for Floyd Davis Wade, Sr. who made the latest expansion possible through a generous donation in 2002.
The Davis Wade Stadium seating chart can hold up to 55,082 MSU Bulldogs fans but the actual record attendance is over capacity at 56,188 fans. Fans usually flock to Davis Wade Stadium on big games days especially during home games against rivals the Ole Miss Rebels and Louisiana State University. These important games can be watched and followed within the stadium on a new state of the art video board system. The large video board recently added to Davis Wade Stadium is the largest in the Southeastern Conference and the second largest video board in the nation.
Fans and sports writers in the area no Davis Wade Stadium as "the Dawg Pound" where fans can often be seen doing the Dawg Pound Rock a unique dance created within the stadium by students. The Mississippi State Bulldogs announcers are credited with being the first to use the song "Who Let the Dogs Out?" at a major sporting event. Bulldogs fans also pride themselves on "sneaking" cowbells into the stadium even though the NCAA banned artificial noisemakers at events. The ringing of cowbells is a long-standing tradition at Davis Wade Stadium making it a difficult stadium for opponents to play in.
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