Ohio State’s high-powered passing attack against Georgia’s stingy defense is one of the most intriguing matchups of Saturday’s Peach Bowl.

David Pollack says the key for the Buckeyes offense will be getting to ball to Marvin Harrison Jr. Harrison is likely to be covered by Kelee Ringo.

“The best WR in football is in Columbus… Marvin Harrison Jr. – he comes from good stock, you know he can run routes, he has great timing, but he’s such a great athlete,” Pollack said. “And he’s ticked off. They announced the Biletnikoff Award winner and (Harrison) said, ‘Y’all just created a monster.’

“His matchup against (Georgia DB) Kelee Ringo will go a long way in deciding the Peach Bowl. Can (Ringo) check him? Can he stay with Marvin Harrison? You see Marvin Harrison go up and make big catches. You see Kelee Ringo in the slot, or you see Kelee Ringo out wide doing the same thing. This is where Ringo has had some issues – when he’s matched up, he gets a little bit handsy. Can he defend Marvin Harrison Jr. out wide? He’s the best wide receiver in all of college football in contested catches.”

In the video below, Pollack goes on to mention that OSU will likely move Harrison around to force other matchups in the slot.