The 30th annual Super Bulldog Weekend begins this Friday, April 17th and continues through Sunday, April 19th. SBW features three days chock full of MSU football, baseball, and softball, a pig cooking contest, and the Cotton District Arts Festival. The schedule for featured MSU athletic events is as follows:
Baseball (all games will be played at Dudy Noble Field, tickets are available here)
MSU vs. #7 Florida, Friday 6:30 P.M. - TV: SEC Network+ (Note: A fireworks display will follow the conclusion of this game)
MSU vs. #7 Florida, Saturday 2:00 P.M. - TV: SEC Network
MSU vs. #7 Florida, Sunday 2:00 P.M. - TV: ESPNU
Just for SBW, the first 5,000 fans to the baseball game on Saturday will get a free poster:
Softball (all games will be played at MSU Softball Field, admission is free)
MSU vs. #12 Tennessee, Friday 5:30 P.M. - TV: SEC Network+
MSU vs. #12 Tennessee, Saturday 6:00 P.M.
MSU vs. #12 Tennessee, Sunday 1:00 P.M. - TV: SEC Network+
Football (game will be played at Davis Wade Stadium, admission is free)
Maroon-White spring game, Saturday 11 A.M. - TV: SEC Network Alternate and SEC Network+
Photo credit: HailState.com
In addition to showcasing MSU's 2015 football squad, the university announced yesterday that the Maroon-White game will feature the crowning of a new mascot for the Bulldogs. Bully XX will take to Scott Field for the final time as MSU's mascot and will "pass the harness" to his son Bully XXI during the game.
The pig cooking contest will take place at McArthur Hall and will begin at 4 P.M. on Friday and judging will begin at 9 A.M. Saturday morning.
The Cotton District Arts Festival will feature the Old Cotton Mill 5K run, a pet parade, art exhibitions, and musical performances all throughout the day on Saturday the 18th. More details on the festival can found here.