Kirk Herbstreit has responded to Will Muschamp’s playful jab about the 1993 Citrus Bowl, and the ESPN analyst gave his side of the story.

For reference, Muschamp earlier Tuesday recalled that he saw Herbstreit throw a football at a luncheon.

“We had a luncheon. Herbstreit got up & threw a pass across the room & I knew we had a shot to win. Make sure he knows I said that,” Muschamp said.

“I do remember it was one of those autographed balls, those white panel balls,” Herbstreit told reporters. “And I remember throwing it and not being real happy with how far I had to throw it because I couldn’t grip the ball. So I shot putted the ball. That’s about all I remember. But no, I don’t really have any comments or any reaction at all to what Will said.

Herbstreit was pressed to add more, but said he didn’t remember.

“Was that 100 years ago?,” Herbstreit said. “… So I just remember Georgia being really good and very athletic, and I don’t remember much about Will at all.”

The Columbus Dispatch brought back details of the game, a 21-14 Georgia victory.

Herbstreit until Saturday’s matchup was Ohio State’s only quarterback to have ever faced Georgia, and he will be ESPN’s color commentator for the Buckeyes’ second-ever matchup with the Bulldogs in the Peach Bowl this week.

“I wish I would have played better,” Herbstreit said of the teams’ initial meeting.

Against the Bulldogs’ defense, Herbstreit completed 8 of his 24 pass attempts for 110 yards, completing a 45-yard pass to running back Robert Smith. He did not throw a touchdown against Georgia, but threw one interception and was sacked three times, including twice by linebacker Mitch Davis, who Herbstreit said was “chasing him around” all day.