The Mississippi State Bulldogs football team dates back to 1895 but has had their ups and downs over the past century plus. The team is now on the rise under head coach Dan Mullen, finishing with a 10-2 record in 2014. The Bulldogs play in 61,000 seat Davis Wade Stadium, which is the second oldest facility in FCS college football.

Mississippi State has never won a national championship and only one SEC Championship back in 1941. They have developed an impressive array of talent sending 124 players to the National Football League with 11 Bulldogs drafted in the first round. Their major rival is in-state foe Ole Miss–the teams began playing each other in 1901 in an annual game that has the unique name of the ‘Egg Bowl’.


Mississippi State fans have it much better than fans of many other schools when it comes to accessing live game streams online. In fact, the entire SEC enjoys excellent live streaming coverage. The SEC has a broadcast relationship with ESPN including their state of the art digital platform. Most every Mississippi State Bulldogs football stream can be found on ESPN’s digital platform. This service is available free of charge to cable or satellite TV subscribers–they just need to log in with a user id and password provided by the cable company.

Bulldogs football fans that want even more coverage can find it on the Southeastern Conference’s own television network. The SEC Network covers the conference’s sports teams 24/7 and also has first-rate digital capabilities. In fact, the network is a partnership between ESPN and the SEC which provides the SEC Network with the same high-quality digital resources. Like ESPN, the SEC Network’s digital offering called ‘SEC2GO’ is available free of charge to cable/satellite TV subscribers.


In recent years, technological developments have opened up the availability of legal, high-quality streaming service to more viewers than every before. United States fans of Mississippi Bulldogs football can now get a digital-only subscription to ESPN via a service called SlingTV. This service offers an assortment of premium cable networks for $20 per month, which includes ESPN. For an extra $5 per month, viewers can access the ‘Sports Package’ which includes the SEC Network, ESPN U and ESPN News among others. SlingTV supports a wide variety of streaming platforms including computers, smartphones, tablets and many other devices including the Roku Player and XBox 360.

Foreign-based Bulldogs’ fans have their own options to access live game streaming. Best case scenario–ESPN now provides digital-only subscriptions to residents of a growing number of foreign countries. The package includes all of the ESPN Networks including the SEC Network and allows international fans to get the same top quality streaming. If none of the above options are viable, there’s always one of the many websites devoted to indexing live sports streams online. These sites can be ‘hit and miss’ but you should be able to find games from a high profile conference like the SEC. Make sure to approach any unknown site with caution, or else stick to the better sites of this type like Stream2Watch.ME, P2P4U or VIPBOX.