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Mississippi State has produced 14 All-Americans and 54 All-SEC members. In 1998, MSU won the SEC Western Division Championship and played in the SEC Championship Game, leading #1 Tennessee in the fourth quarter before falling 24-14 before 74,000 fans in the Georgia Dome. In 1999 MSU finished 10-2 with a #12 final ranking. The MSU Bulldogs play their home games in Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field. The facility is the second-oldest football stadium in NCAA FBS football. The current capacity is 55,082. The Mississippi State Bulldogs finished the 2011 season 7-6 and defeated Wake Forest in the Music City Bowl. On December 10, 2008 Mississippi State hired Dan Mullen as their new head football coach.


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