Once near the stadium, MSU fans will be able to listen to the TeleSouth Communications' broadcast of Mississippi State football on their FM radio. The network broadcast of the MSU-LSU game, featuring the play-by-play of Jack Cristil, the color commentary of Jim Ellis and the sideline reporting of John Correro, can be heard via an open frequency on 89.9 FM.
MSU Football Pre-Game Pep Rally This Saturday
The pep rally will begin at approximately 9 a.m. at the Carl Maddox Field House, adjacent to Tiger Stadium on the LSU campus. There is no charge to attend the pep rally.
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