Davis Wade Stadium is the home playing venue for the Mississippi State Bulldogs football team. Located in Starkville, Mississippi, the stadium has a capacity of 55,082. It was built in 1914 as Scott Field and was named for Don Magruder Scott, an Olympic sprinter and one of the University's first football stars. The name of the playing surface is still Scott Field. The stadium is named after Floyd Davis Wade, Sr., who made the latest expansion possible through donations toward the project, which was completed in 2002. It is the second oldest Division I FBS college football stadium.