Joel Klatt had a good bit to say about Georgia’s potential match-up as the No. 1 team in the College Football Playoff rankings and which team he believes the Dawgs would want not want to see in the semi-final game.

“Who would Georgia want to play?” Klatt asked to open the segment.

“I actually think it’s Ohio State who they don’t want to say. And they might say we don’t care, fair enough, but if you’re a Georgia fan, who do you want to see? I imagine as you go through it, you’d probably rather face USC.”

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Klatt went on to explain that the Buckeyes have the ability to potentially mimic what Alabama was successful at in 2021 which is testing the Dawgs deep with a vertical passing game. The Buckeyes have built one of the nation’s best passing offenses under coach Ryan Day and Klatt believes that it could create conflict for the Dawgs’ defensive back end.

He would go on to explain that between the two teams, USC and Ohio State, the Trojans would be the easier match-up for the No.1 team in the nation.

“While the QB (Caleb Williams) is playing out of his mind,” Klatt said while explaining the offensive personnel under  Lincoln Riley. “The roster for USC — in its totality — is not anywhere close to what the roster for Ohio State is.”

Klatt argued that the Buckeye’s roster composition with players like receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. and quarterback C.J Stroud would match up well against the reigning national champions.