Georgia is currently listed as a four-point favorite heading into its Sugar Bowl showdown with Baylor but despite the Bulldogs being favored in the matchup, ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit is picking the Bears to win the game.

For Herbstreit, all the question marks regarding Georgia’s offensive line and at receiver will be too much to overcome against Baylor’s defense. According to the ESPN college football analyst, Baylor coordinator Phil Snow could be the difference in this matchup.

“Phil Snow does a great job of getting his team dial into the week, and the opponent who they’re playing,” Herbstreit said Wednesday during an appearance on ESPN. “Today, because of that concern Georgia has with the offensive line, we can talk Jake Fromm all we want, but the receivers, that’s been the issue for Georgia all year. Can they stretch a field? So the combination of their inability to get the ball thrown downfield, and the confusion, the offensive line could have against this Baylor scheme, Phil Snow’s 3-3-5, where they’re coming from a lot of different areas.

“That’s going to be a matchup concern to me for Georgia. The other thing is, after what they did last year against Texas we kind of kid there with Bebo and UGA, they showed up flat. Texas won the game, they deserve the credit, did Georgia learn from that and their preparation this time round against Baylor? I like Baylor to win that game, I think they can upset Georgia.”

Georgia and Baylor are set to meet Wednesday night in the Sugar Bowl at 8:45 p.m. ET on ESPN.