MSU reminds fans about Egg Bowl procedures

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MSU is reminding fans about events and procedures leading up to the Egg Bowl.

Posted: Nov 21, 2017 10:04 AM

STARKVILLE, Miss. (Press Release) — Mississippi State University is reminding fans and campus visitors that the Junction will open at 1 p.m. Wednesday [Nov. 22], the day prior to the Bulldogs’ 90th Battle for the Golden Egg with the University of Mississippi.

In addition to obeying all parking and traffic rules, those on campus must be mindful of gameday pet policies to ensure safety. With the exception of service animals, pets are prohibited on the MSU campus beginning at noon the day before a game. If a pet is brought to campus at any point, owners are responsible for monitoring and cleaning up after their pets.

To maintain MSU’s standard for exceptional grounds maintenance, fans and visitors should adhere to recycling and waste disposal guidelines. Garbage should be sealed in black bags and recyclables in blue bags that are available on poles located throughout the tailgating areas. These bags can be left for collection at tailgating areas or in a trash or recycling container. Questions regarding the recycling program on campus can be directed to the Office of Sustainability at maroongoesgreen@msstate.edu or 662-325-2005.

Here are other helpful reminders for a safe and enjoyable gameday experience:

—Campus roads surrounding Davis Wade Stadium close four hours prior to kickoff (2:30 p.m. for this SEC matchup televised at 6:30 p.m. on ESPN).
—Davis Wade Stadium ticket office opens at 3:30 p.m. Free transportation through MSU’s S.M.A.R.T. route shuttle service also will begin at this time.
—Gameday Dawg Rally in the Junction starts at 4:15 p.m.
—Gates to Davis Wade Stadium open, and the Dawg Walk and drumline performance in the Junction start at 4:30 p.m. The Famous Maroon Band parades into the stadium at 5:30 p.m. Fans are encouraged to arrive early.
—Fans are reminded to ring responsibly during this SEC game, where fines for improper use of cowbells will be strictly enforced.

Information on the Davis Wade Stadium clear bag policy is available online at www.HailState.com/clearbag; MSU’s smoke-free policy, www.smokefree.msstate.edu.

For a complete gameday guide, visit www.gameday.msstate.edu. Bulldog Football is on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @HailStateFB. Find all-access coverage of the program on Snapchat by searching for “HailStateSnap.”

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