Greg McElroy is tackling a number of topics as they relate to the Week 6 slate of college football. That includes Maryland heading to face Ohio State in Columbus as a massive underdog.

After opening as a nearly 3-touchdown underdog, the line as fallen to the Terps at -19 for the game. For a battle of unbeaten, that number still feels a bit high for some.

During a Q&A session on “Always College Football,” McElroy addressed if that line is a form of disrespect. He admitted it strikes him a little as disrespectful but noted some teams — like Ohio State — will always draw a lot of money.

“I tend to agree a little bit knowing that I looked at the line initially — I believe it opened around 20-20.5, now it’s down to 19.5 indicating the money coming in on the Terps. I understand why this would probably be a spot where you got a 5-0 team in Maryland going against a team that’s also undefeated in Ohio State,” said McElroy. “Ohio State’s going to get a lot of public sentiment as it relates to the gambling lines, so a lot of people are going to lay the points on the Buckeyes no matter what, they’re just one of those teams people bet on no matter what.”

As for the game itself, McElroy noted Maryland has looked good but questioned the level of competition when compared to the Buckeyes.

“In this game, I think it’s a tough one to pinpoint because I just don’t know much about Maryland at the moment,” McElroy explained. “We’ve seen them play, we’ve watched them play, I’ve seen them operate, but who has it been against? And how applicable are their previous performances to the performance we’re gonna get this weekend?”

As of this writing, the line for Saturday’s game still has Ohio State -19.5 at home. Fans wanting to get in on those odds can use Tradition’s signature DraftKings Maryland promo code to get started!