— It’s not that the High S. High School Bowl hasn’t been played before.
It’s just that, this year, the game was moved to the Georgia Dome for the first time in more than a decade.
The move was made to give Georgia high school football the best venue for the biggest event of the season.
It also means that Georgia football will play three of its home games in Atlanta instead of five of its previous 10, in an effort to make sure Georgia fans have a better chance to see their teams compete for a national championship.
But it’s a big deal to the University of Georgia, which has played a bowl game in Atlanta since 1996.
It has the highest attendance in the country and the most revenue per ticket.
Georgia will be the first school to host the bowl game at the Georgia-Alabama Stadium in downtown Atlanta since 2000.
It will be held Sept. 23 and will be televised on ABC, ESPN and Fox.
It is a first for a bowl.
The SEC and Big Ten have played two of the four bowls over the past two decades.
SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey told reporters at the bowl on Thursday that the game will be played at the SEC stadium, but there will be two games.
SEC commissioner Greg Sankeys told reporters Thursday that there will only be one SEC game at a bowl this year.
SEC chairwoman Michele Tafoya told reporters that it’s important for the bowl to have two games because that is the number of games the SEC can host.
The two SEC games scheduled for the next two weeks will be at Georgia on Sept. 17 and at Texas Tech on Sept 30.
“We’re really excited about having this game,” Tafoyasaid.
“The bowl is really a unique place.
We’ve been here before.
We’re excited to play our two SEC opponents.”
It will mark the first bowl game for Georgia since 2001, when it hosted the national championship game.
In that game, Georgia defeated Alabama in overtime in Atlanta, and it is the only bowl game the Bulldogs have played in Atlanta.
The school said that the school would donate $10,000 to the charity, The Georgia Foundation for Children, which supports young children and families in need.
The game will mark a milestone for the school, as it has had four bowl games in its history.
In 1991, Georgia won the championship in Athens, Ala., a feat it never repeated.
In 2001, Georgia lost to Alabama in the Sugar Bowl, a loss it still hasn’t beaten since.
Georgia is 5-1 in bowl games and 7-2 in the SEC standings.
The last bowl game played at Georgia Stadium was in 2005, when Georgia beat Missouri State in the Independence Bowl in Atlanta for a spot in the BCS National Championship Game.
“Georgia is a big part of our program and I’m proud of what we’ve done here,” said Georgia head coach Mark Richt.
“I know that’s going to be the highlight of our bowl trip.
It doesn’t matter if it’s at the Dome or on the other side of the state.
I think it’s really important for our program.”
Georgia is hoping to bring the bowl back to Atlanta.
Last year, Georgia played Georgia State in a bowl to end the season and had the best record in the nation.
Georgia beat LSU in the Peach Bowl in Gainesville, Fla., to win the SEC title.
It was the Bulldogs’ first bowl victory since the 2006 season.
The Falcons also had a winning record last year, but they lost to Miami in the Capital One Bowl.
The team has lost five straight games against ranked opponents and is 3-5.
The bowl will be Georgia’s second bowl game against a ranked team since 2002.
Georgia won a game against No. 2 Alabama in 2011.
The Bulldogs won the game 52-20.
Richt said Georgia has an advantage in the bowl games because it is an SEC member.
Georgia played six teams in the conference title game in 2016, but did not finish with a winning percentage above .500.
Georgia finished 5-5 overall and 5-4 in the league standings.
It won the SEC Championship in its first year in the College Football Playoff.
Richts team will be playing its first game in Georgia Dome since 2010.
The teams will meet at Georgia Dome on Sept 3 and will face off at Georgia Tech Stadium on Sept 8.
Georgia has not played in the Cotton Bowl since 2011.
“It’s going be a great experience,” Richt told reporters.
“You have to do what’s best for the team and for the university and we want to be able to make it work.
It’ll be great to play at home.
It makes it a great time to be a Georgia fan.”