David Pollack appeared on ESPN’s “Get Up” on Friday morning to preview the Peach Bowl, and he identified a key for the Bulldogs in their Saturday night showdown with Ohio State.

“There’s one player outside of quarterbacks and skill that has the potential to dominate the football game, and that’s Jalen Carter,” Pollack said. “He’s the No. 1 draft next year in the NFL Draft that’s not a quarterback. He’s 6-foot-3, listed at 300 pounds, but look at the quickness and ability to get in the face right now. That’s what (CJ) Stroud struggles with. By the way, that’s a grown man, picking up another grown man holding up a 1 in the air.”

The key matchup is Carter will attack what Pollack believes is the weak spot of Ohio State’s offensive line.

“He is so dominant in the middle, when you look at Ohio State and you look at their offensive line, I think they’re really good at both tackle spots, if you want to get after them, it’s the center and the guards and that man right there is the most dominant force in college football,” Pollack said. “They’re going to have to fix that issue.”