1. Bulldog Walk
The Bulldog Walk takes place 2 hours before kickoff and is one of the best parts of tailgating at Samford. The Bulldog Walk is a great way to get into the game day spirit, and your chance to give the football team some last-minute encouragement before the game. Don’t miss the Bulldog Walk as it’s a can’t-miss part of the pregame festivities.
2. Bobby Bowden Statue
Make sure to get a picture with the Bobby Bowden statue before the game. The legendary coach played his college ball at Samford and got his start here, so stop by and see his statue before the game.
3. The Quad
Bulldogs fans who are looking to tailgate before the game will want to set up shop on The Quad. The Quad is where you’ll find the majority of fans on game days and is home to the best tailgates Samford has to offer.
4. Samford Marching Band
The Samford Marching Band is a big part of the pageantry at a Bulldogs game, so enjoy their performances throughout the game. The band’s pregame and halftime shows are must-see events, and they also do a superb job pumping up the crowd with their in-game tunes.
Don’t miss catching a glimpse of Samford’s live mascot Rex at the game. Rex is a fun part of any Samford football game, so keep an eye out for the loveable bulldog during the game.
6. Post-game Concert
You won’t want to miss the band’s post-game concert on the quad following the game. The concert is the perfect way to conclude a Bulldogs game day, so head to the quad after the game for the show.
If you like costumed mascots, then you’ll love Spike. Spike gets into all kind of antics during the game making him a fun part of any Bulldogs football game.
8. Samford Cheerleaders
Join the cheerleaders to give the Bulldogs as much of a home-field advantage as possible. The cheer team does a fantastic job supporting the team making them a great part of any Bulldogs football game.