Heather Dinich has been covering the College Football Playoff since its inception in 2014, so the ESPN reporter has her finger on the pulse of the CFP Selection Committee.

After Week 11 action in the FBS, Dinich joined SportsCenter on Sunday morning to discuss the upcoming CFP top-25 rankings on Tuesday.

Ohio State currently holds the No. 1 spot, but after No. 2 Georgia beat No. 9 Ole Miss 52-17 on Saturday night, she expects the top-2 teams to flip. Here’s what she said on SportsCenter:

“It does everything,” Dinich said of Georgia’s dominant win. “I would be shocked if Georgia is not the selection committee’s No. 1 Tuesday in the third of 6 rankings. Is it eye test? Is it résumé? Well, Georgia gives them the best combination of both right now. They have better wins than Ohio State. Ohio State’s best wins are against Penn State and Notre Dame. Penn State losing to Michigan does not help their case. Still a good résumé, but now Georgia has wins against the committee’s No. 9 team and also Mizzou, which is a top-15 team as well. They’re taking the best of both worlds and that’s why I think they’ll be No. 1.”

Georgia locked up the SEC East crown (the final one before the SEC does away with divisions next year). Alabama clinched the SEC West, so it’ll be Bulldogs-Tide in Atlanta, likely with a Playoff berth on the line, on Saturday, Dec. 2.