Here’s your easy guide for what to expect if you’re heading to BS3.ORDER OF EVENTS10:00am – Coffee Shop & Bristol Sport store open10:00am – Matchday Ticket Office open (phone lines 10am-1pm)11:00am – Sports Bar open12:00pm – Fan Village open1:30pm – Turnstiles open2:00pm – Team announcements3:00pm – Kick-offSTADIUMThe Lansdown Stand lower tier, South Stand and Dolman Stands are open for the game. The Atyeo Stand is closed. The fixture is included in your 2019/20 season card.TICKETSBristol Sport Ticketing phone lines will be open from 10am – 1pm on matchday, while pay on the day is available.BUY TICKETSPROGRAMMESBristol Bears matchday programmes are available from each of the concession stands inside the stadium.Fan radios are also available from the Bristol Sport Store, costing £10.FOOD & DRINKSupporters can enjoy a revamped matchday experience at Ashton Gate this season, with a number of new additions to the stadium’s offering.The Jolly Hog have opened a concession, as well as a Mexican kiosk opening and Chicago Town Pizza being served in the Lansdown concourse.For those fans who are planning on getting to the Stadium early, make the most of our £4 a pint offering. These offers are available between 1:30pm – 2:00pm.FAN VILLAGEThe external matchday Fan Village has a new and improved food and beverage offering which includes Fish & Chips, Burgers and Spanish cuisine from Los Hermanos as well as including a new bar, Boots and Balls, which will be fitted with a new state of the art speed pour system. The Fan Village will be in operation from 12pm, with a raft of food and drink on offer, with the drinks concessions offering a fully cashless option.CLUBHOUSEThe clubhouse will be open for supporters after full-time, with live music and Q&As with players and coaches.GETTING HERESupporters are urged to get to the Gate early, and information regarding travel can be found here.
Sep 19, 2015; Starkville, MS, USA; Mississippi State Bulldogs quarterback Dak Prescott (15) runs off the field after the game against Northwestern State Demons at Davis Wade Stadium. Mississippi State won 62-13. Mandatory Credit: Matt Bush-USA TODAY SportsSTARKVILLE – Two quarterbacks orbited Southeastern Conference Media Days as the league’s biggest stars in July. The gravitational pull of Dak Prescott and Jeremy Johnson reeled to their tables the largest hordes of media.When the league released its preseason All-SEC teams, Prescott was first-team. Johnson was second.Las Vegas viewed Johnson as a better player, handing the Auburn quarterback 10/1 odds to win the Heisman Trophy in July. Prescott, Mississippi State’s quarterback, paid out at 12/1.Saturday was supposed to feature Prescott squaring off against Johnson at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Instead, Auburn coach Gus Malzahn announced Tuesday that Sean White will start at quarterback for the Tigers.“We feel like that is the best for the offense right now,” Malzahn said. “Sean White is a guy that has gotten a lot of reps. He has responded very well in practices and in scrimmages. We feel like he needs a shot right now and we have a lot of confidence in him. He is our starting quarterback.”Sep 19, 2015; Baton Rouge, LA, USA; Auburn Tigers quarterback Jeremy Johnson (6) reacts after a fumble is lost to the LSU Tigers during the third quarter of a game at Tiger Stadium.Johnson’s hype never translated to the field.He threw six interceptions in three games. The junior completed 59.7 percent of his passes for 473 yards and five touchdowns.The quarterback debuted as Auburn’s starter with three interceptions against Louisville. The Tigers struggled to beat FCS-opponent Jacksonville State in week two. Auburn won 27-20 in overtime. Johnson threw two interceptions in the game.In his final game as starter, Johnson completed 11 of 19 passes for 100 yards against LSU last week. He threw for two touchdowns and an interception and Auburn lost 45-21.Auburn ranks 12th in the SEC in passing yards per game. Only LSU and South Carolina average less than Auburn’s 157.7 yards per game. Johnson ranks 11th among SEC quarterbacks in passing yards per game. His six interceptions are the most among SEC starters. Eight quarterbacks own a better completion percentage.“It is pretty unique, and it is a little surprising from a coach’s standpoint,” Malzahn said. “You have to do what you feel is best for your team and your offense each week. We have confidence and I am looking forward to seeing Sean.”White, a redshirt freshman, hasn’t taken a snap in a game since high school. He passed for 2,679 yards and 30 touchdowns at University Nova South in Fort Lauderdale Florida. He was named the MVP of the Under Armour All-American Game and ESPN ranked him as the No. 2 high school quarterback in the country. Rivals rated him No. 4, 247Sports ranked him as the No. 6 quarterback.Prescott started his first SEC game at Jordan-Hare Stadium in 2013. From there he grew into the best quarterback in Mississippi State’s history.The fifth-year senior has captured a school record in MSU’s first three games this season. Last week, he became the school’s all-time leading passer. He now owns 21 school records.“Wins are the most important record to me right now,” Prescott said. “Whatever records I have broken, I’ll look back at later in life and be proud of that.”Prescott is playing his best football of the season. He’s completed 33 of his last 43 passes for 474 yards and three touchdowns. He’s yet to throw an interception this season.“It is not just him, it’s the offense,” MSU coach Dan Mullen sad. “The offense, for the most part, was clicking on Saturday.”Both teams own 2-1 records and are 0-1 within the SEC. Since 1992, only LSU has won the league championship game after starting the season 0-2 in the SEC.Auburn is a shell of the team picked to win the SEC. In addition to Johnson’s benching, the Tigers’ top defender, Carl Lawson, won’t play this weekend.Mississippi State, picked to finish last in the West, is healthy with a veteran quarterback.“We’re rolling,” Prescott said. “I think we are dangerous when we can do that.”Auburn benches QB Jeremy Johnson, will start Sean WhiteContact Michael Bonner at [email protected] Follow @MikeBBonner on Twitter.