Perhaps the biggest game of Week 4 will take place in Athens, where the No. 3 Georgia Bulldogs are hosting No. 7 Notre Dame.

It’s a game with major College Football Playoff implications, and the winner will be able to add a top-10 win to its resume.

As you can see below, SEC Network analyst Greg McElroy explained on “Thinking Out Loud” why he thinks Georgia will win comfortably:

“I fully expect Jake Fromm to play well,” McElroy said. “And I expect Ian Book, the quarterback for Notre Dame, I think he’ll play well, too. I don’t think Notre Dame can run the football. I really don’t. I don’t think their run game has been up to the standard set a year ago. … I look at Georgia and I think this offensive line is peaking at the right time. They’re going to be able to control the line of scrimmage, they’re going to milk the clock and that’s going to open up some play-action games down the field and some one-on-ones with those talented young receivers. I like Georgia to win the game comfortably. I really do.”

Saturday night’s game will kick off at 8 p.m. Eastern time and can be seen on CBS.