Despite all the hype and anticipation for Saturday’s Top 10 showdown between No. 4 Ohio State and No. 7 Michigan State, one analyst isn’t buying in.

Speaking on the McElory and Cubelic in the Morning show Friday, ESPN College GameDay personality Chris “The Bear” Fallica provided some unique insight into the contest. He doesn’t have much faith that the Spartans can keep pace with the Buckeyes.

Ohio State is favored by 19 points heading into the game, but Fallica believes it’ll be a fairly easy cover for Ryan Day’s squad.

“I think it’s one of those games that it might sound like a big game when you look at the rankings, No. 4 vs. No. 7, but I don’t know how many people truly think this is going to be competitive,” Fallica said. “I think if you look at Ohio State, you’re looking at the No. 1 offense in the country in terms of efficiency. Michigan State, you’re looking at the worst pass defense in the country.

“I think Ohio State wins the game by more than 19. … I just don’t know how many stops Michigan State is going to be able to get. And I also wonder if, psychologically, how that Mel Tucker contract is gonna affect things (Saturday).”

Fallica also said it would be surprising if the game was competitive in the fourth quarter.

Both Ohio State and Michigan State enter this week’s matchup with a 9-1 record and aspirations of playing in the B1G Championship Game and earning a spot in the College Football Playoff. The winner will have a leg up heading into the final Saturday of the season.

Kickoff between the Buckeyes and Spartans is set for 12 p.m. ET and the game will air on ABC.