In fact, it will be the other way around as the Trojans will head north to Phil Reeve Stadium for the contest.
No. 1 Calhoun won the coin toss on Saturday morning and the right to host the third round against No. 2 Brooks County for the much-anticipated matchup.
The Jackets dismantled Washington-Wilkes on Friday night, 34-7, with Taylor Lamb throwing for three TDs and Alex Urbano running for two of his own. The defense also forced five turnovers.
Brooks County also got a convincing win over McIntosh County Academy, 49-21, on Friday.
Since both Calhoun and Brooks County were No. 1 seeds from their regions, a coin flip (which took place this morning between the two coaches in Macon) was used to determine home field.