The Rose Bowl has long been the place to be for college football fans in the nation’s capital.
And now, the Ducks have the privilege of hosting the Big Ten Championship game in front of the nation.
And, if you can believe it, it will be played in a dome, a dome with a view of the Capitol.
According to the Associated Press, the game will take place on the Rose Bowl’s first-year domed field.
And it will have a retractable roof that will open out on to the Capitol dome during the game.
“The game is going to be spectacular.
It’s going to make the Capitol look like a swimming pool,” UW athletic director Scott Woodward said.
“The dome is going up and you can see all the lights.
It looks so beautiful, but it also creates an atmosphere that’s a little bit different.”
The game will also be broadcast live by ESPN, with the Rosebud Arena as the home field for the game and a “game day experience” at UW’s arena in Seattle.
The game was originally scheduled to be played on January 4, 2019, but Woodward and his team changed that date in light of a weather-related event.
Woodward said the change was made because the game was getting a little chilly on Saturday.
The UW men’s basketball team will play in the Rose, but there are no plans to move the Huskies to that venue, although it could be considered.
The UW women’s soccer team will take the field in the Husky Dome.