In Game

The Alcorn State Braves have an illustrious history having won 15 conference titles and produces many NFL players including Steve McNair. As a result of the program’s success, the Braves have built quite a fan base over the years. Alcorn State alumni, students, and fans from all over come out to support the team on game days creating a fun atmosphere that any college football would enjoy.

In addition to some great fan support, Alcorn State also boasts one of the best bands and dance teams around. The Sounds of Dyn-O-mite’s pregame, halftime, and postgame shows are worth the price of admission all by themselves and you won’t be able to help but get out of your and cheer or dance when you see them take the field. Alcorn State’s dance team, the Golden Girls, also put on a fantastic who you won’t want to miss, so if you see the Golden Girls take the stage don’t leave your seat.

You’ll have an excellent time attending an Alcorn State games where the incredible fan support, band, and dance team create a fun experience you won’t soon forget.

Things to check out

Sounds of Dyn-O-mite

You won’t want to miss the Sounds of Dyn-O-mite when they take the field. The Sounds of Dyno-O-mite are a must-see part of any Alcorn State Braves game, and they put on a fantastic show you won’t want to miss. The Sounds of Dyn-O-mite are worth the price of admission all by themselves, so enjoy their performance during your trip to Jack Spinks Stadium.

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Golden Girls

Like the Sounds of Dyn-O-mite, the Golden Girls performances at Alcorn State games are a must-see. The Golden Girls put on incredible routines that you won’t want to miss, so keep an eye out for them throughout the game.

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Cheerleaders

The cheerleaders at Alcorn State do a fantastic job of pumping up the crowd, so join in their cheers and show off your Braves pride. The cheer team here is a big part of the pageantry making them a can’t miss for anyone taking in a Braves game.

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Fight Songs

  1. “Cherokee”

    Accompanied by Tomahawk Chop

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