Auburn Gameday Central
 Game  (2) Auburn at (3) Mississippi State
 Date  Saturday, October 11
 Time  2:30 p.m. Central
 Venue  Davis Wade Stadium (61,337)
 Info  Auburn Gameday Central
 
 TV  CBS / Watch Online / Watch Parties
 Radio  Auburn IMG Radio / Live Audio
 Sat  Satellite Radio: Sirius 85, XM 85
 Web  AuburnTigers.com / Live Stats / App
 Social  Twitter / Facebook / Instagram
 
WEATHER
A 40% chance of thunderstorms mainly in the AM. Highs in the mid 80s. | Starkville Forecast
 
Seating Chart   Campus   Map
  
TV AND RADIO
Auburn fans can follow the action live on TV and radio (check your local listings for specific channels):
TV: CBS | Auburn Club Watch Parties | Auburn IMG Radio | Satellite Radio: Sirius 85, XM 85
 
ONLINE COVERAGE
AuburnTigers.com is your online hub for all the action. Fans can follow from around the world with live webcast, live audio, live stats and live gameday blog. We'll also update via Auburn's official social platforms:
Live Blog | Live Video | Live Audio | Live Stats | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | GameDay App
 
Below is a timeline of key events leading up to the game at Davis Wade Stadium in Starkville, Miss.
 
TEAM ARRIVAL
The Auburn team buses are expected to arrive on the north end of the stadium at approximately 12:30 p.m. CT.
 
Fan Map
 
TICKET WILL-CALL
Auburn ticket office representatives will be located near Gate 1 on the NE corner of the stadium. Service begins approximately two hours prior to kick. See map above.
 
AUBURN SIDELINE & SEATING
The Auburn football team will occupy the east sideline and official Auburn ticket sections are located in the southeast corner of the lower bowl and west upper deck of Davis Wade Stadium.
 
 Gameday Timeline (all times Central)
 Saturday, October 11
 12:30 p.m.  Auburn team buses arrive on north side of stadium (time approximate) / Tiger Walk
   Auburn Will Call opens in NE corner of stadium near Gate 1
   All gates open at Davis Wade Stadium
 2:30 p.m.
 
 Auburn vs. Mississippi State | TV: CBS | All Coverage Options
 
MSU is unique in the fact that almost 100 percent of gameday parking is accommodated ON campus. However, please keep in mind that the majority of these are grass lots and the use of each lot may be affected by weather conditions on a game by game basis. These lots are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis and are $20 per space. | Parking Map
 
Feature Directions to Campus & Parking
Feature Mississippi State Parking Maps & Information
 
RV PARKING
All non Bulldog Club RV spaces are located off campus at the MS Horse Park. Spaces can be reserved in advance by calling (662) 325-9350. MS Horse Park is located at 716 E. Poorhouse Rd. Starkville MS 39759. No public paid RV parking is provided on campus. Free shuttle services to and from Davis Wade Stadium are available with purchase of an RV space.
 
GAMEDAY TRANSIT
Fans are invited to take advantage of the shuttle routes on and around campus on gameday. The gameday shuttle system consists of three routes which run constantly, beginning three hours prior to kickoff and running two hours after the game. | More Info
 
ACCESSIBILITY
Golf cart shuttle rides are available by calling (662) 325-9114. Carts are reserved for people who have difficulty walking long distances. Service animals are welcome in Davis Wade Stadium. All other animals will not be allowed to enter. Seating for qualified individuals with a disability is available in Davis Wade Stadium on a reserved basis. These requests should be directed through the Mississippi State Athletic Ticket Office (662-325-2600 or 1-888-GO-DAWGS) prior to game day. The ticket office is open 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. CST, Monday-Friday. For assistance in the stadium, please contact the nearest usher or event staff member.
 
TAILGATING
No tailgate setups before 4 pm the day before the game. At 4 p.m., the campus will play "Hail State," symbolizing the appropriate time for fans to make the mad dash to set up their tailgating tents. All tailgating areas close at midnight every evening. Please remember that many students call MSU home during the academic year. Please be respectful and mindful of their presence on campus.
 
Feature Mississippi State Tailgating Regulations
 
No wheeled vehicles or trailers are permitted. Carts, trailers, cookers, etc. are prohibited from tailgating areas for the safety of fans. Generators are allowed, but battery inverters are preferred. Don't let the chicken strips taste like exhaust! Please be mindful of other tailgaters and setup power sources in a safe and non-evasive manner. Electric outlets on campus light poles are strictly off limits to tailgaters. To provide an enjoyable atmosphere on gameday, certain buildings on campus are open for restroom access in addition to portable toilets that include MSU's Junction Janes/Johns. | View Map
 
TRAFFIC FLOW
Staff will be positioned at major intersections and parking lots at the conclusion of the game to direct traffic flow off campus. Staff may be forced to change directions and routes on a game by game basis because of unforeseen circumstances such as accidents, traffic and other issues that often arise on gameday.
 
Feature Mississippi State Traffic Flow
 
Gates will open at 12:30 p.m. All public gates open two hours prior to kickoff at Davis Wade Stadium.
 
Feature Davis Wade Stadium Seating Chart
Feature Mississippi State Stadium Policies
 
BAGS
For the safety and enjoyment of all fans attending the game, large bags or backpacks over 14 in. x 14 in. x 10 in. are not permitted in the stadium. All persons, bags, and purses are subject to inspection. Individuals that refuse to have a bag inspected will not be allowed to enter the stadium.
 
SMOKING
Smoking/tobacco is not allowed in the stadium seating area, portals accessing the seating area, or in the restrooms. Smoking/tobacco is permitted underneath the East and West side grandstands and on the ramps adjacent to the grandstands.
 
PROHIBITED ITEMS
Alcohol, bags/backpacks (larger than 14 in. x 14 in. x 8 in.), balls, banners, beverages, bottles, cameras with detachable lenses, containers, drugs, fireworks, flags, food, frisbees, handheld radios and televisions (permitted with headsets), ice chests, irritants, firearms, knives, noisemakers (except cowbells), picnic baskets, signs, thermoses, video cameras or weapons are prohibited in the stadium. Gate personnel are instructed to enforce this rule. Stadium security has the right to inspect any item at any time for the purpose of spectator safety. Prohibited items must be returned to cars or disposed of before entering the stadium.