Mississippi Bowl Returns in 2013


The Keesler Air Force Base Color Guard has
become a staple at opening ceremonies
for recent Mississippi Bowls.

The Mississippi Bowl is back for the sixth year at Biloxi Indian Stadium. The game will continue to feature the state champion of the Mississippi Community/ Junior College (MACJC) Football Association and a nationally ranked team.

The Mississippi Bowl has quickly become known as the premier National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Football Bowl game. The Mississippi Bowl Committee invites you to join us in December for this special three-day event. You are also invited to help continue this coast tradition by sponsoring the bowl game.


Mississippi Bowl IV marked the
third appearance of the MGCCC
Bulldogs, who came away with
a 46-17 over the Blinn College

The Mississippi Bowl will pay out $10,000 for each team, compared to the $7,500 per-team payout from other bowl organizations. Also, it will be one of only nine bowl games featuring community/junior college teams in 2013.


The second Mississippi bowl ,
held December 6, 2009 was a
tightly fought contest in which
East Mississippi Community
College narrowly held off
Arizona Western College 27-24.


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7 comments on “Mississippi Bowl Returns in 2013
  1. Gayle Shepherd says:

    When will you put your driving directions to the Mississippi Bowl Stadium on your home page. We will be staying at the Beau Rivage and need directions.
    Thank You

  2. Gayle Shepherd says:

    Thanks for the directions

  3. Toya says:

    How much are the tickets for the bowl game?

    • adm1n says:

      $10.00 for General Admission, $7.00 for students. We’ve already stopped selling tickets online, but they’re still available at the gate.