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Southern Miss vs. Mississippi State ticket pick-up

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Southern Miss students gather in line to receive tickets to the Southern Miss vs. Mississippi State football game Friday Morning, August 21, 2015. Southern Miss is scheduled to play Mississippi State September 5th at home.
Southern Miss students gather in line to receive tickets to the Southern Miss vs. Mississippi State football game Friday Morning, August 21, 2015. Southern Miss is scheduled to play Mississippi State September 5th at home. Jillian Rodriguez/Student Printz

Southern Miss students gather in line to receive tickets to the Southern Miss vs. Mississippi State football game Friday Morning, August 21, 2015. Southern Miss is scheduled to play Mississippi State September 5th at home. Jillian Rodriguez/Student Printz

Head Southern Miss Football coach hands out pizza to the students  standing in line to receive their tickets to the Southern Miss vs. Mississippi State game, September 5th, 2015. Some students stood over an hour to receive their tickets to this game.
Head Southern Miss Football coach hands out pizza to the students standing in line to receive their tickets to the Southern Miss vs. Mississippi State game, September 5th, 2015. Some students stood over an hour to receive their tickets to this game. Jillian Rodriguez/Student Printz

Southern Miss students gather in line to receive tickets to the Southern Miss vs. Mississippi State football game Friday Morning, August 21, 2015. Southern Miss is scheduled to play Mississippi State September 5th at home. Jillian Rodriguez/Student Printz

Eagle Club member bypass the line to receive tickets to the Southern Miss vs. Mississippi State football game Friday Morning, August 21, 2015. Southern Miss is scheduled to play Mississippi State September 5th at home. Beth Cunningham/Student Printz
Eagle Club member bypass the line to receive tickets to the Southern Miss vs. Mississippi State football game Friday Morning, August 21, 2015. Southern Miss is scheduled to play Mississippi State September 5th at home. Beth Cunningham/Student Printz

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