Cotton Bowl 2020: Is this the first time in 40 years that the Cotton Bowl will be played on a dome?

Cotton Bowl is not going to be played in the old Dome at Georgia Dome.

It’s going to take a completely different venue.

According to the Georgia Dome Authority, the Dome is going to move to the south end zone at the University of Georgia.

This is a first for the dome and for Georgia, and Georgia is getting to start from the ground up.

“We’ve been talking about this since January, and we’ve been going through the process of trying to determine what our options are,” Dome spokesman Scott Ellington told the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

The Dome has been home to Georgia athletics since 1923, but it has never hosted a bowl game, despite the Georgia brand.

The Georgia brand has been synonymous with football for the past 40 years, so moving the Georgia name and brand to the stadium is not just a name change.

It will also make Georgia’s stadium a much more appealing place for fans to come to watch the games.

“Georgia’s been one of the leaders in hosting bowl games, and I think this is a major step in the right direction,” Georgia athletic director Brian Kemp told the AJC.

“Georgia has had a very successful bowl season in the past couple of years and the Georgia Brand is going back to the Dome.

The Dome is not the only factor, but there is no doubt that the Dome will be a very attractive location for us.”

The Dome is scheduled to open for bowl games on Feb. 24, 2020, and will open for a new bowl game on Jan. 31, 2021.

Georgia is the only team that will be playing a bowl outside of Atlanta when the game will be held there, but the Dawgs also will have to play in a new stadium.

Georgia is the first SEC team to host a bowl since LSU hosted the Southland Conference in 1996.

Georgia will be able to get home-field advantage in the Dome, with Georgia hosting home games on the road, against other SEC teams and a bowl opponent from the other conference.

Georgia plays in a neutral site stadium in the state capital of Athens, Georgia, that will also be used for home games against SEC teams, such as South Carolina and Vanderbilt.

Georgia will also play home games in the Atlanta suburb of Alpharetta, Georgia.

Georgia also has the ability to host the first bowl game of the 2020 season against Auburn in Athens.