Kirk Herbstreit did not hold back about how big of a challenge this will be for Ryan Day’s Buckeyes in the upcoming Peach Bowl against the Georgia Bulldogs.

Herbstriet mentions the home field advantage Georgia has with the game being played in Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta.

“The last time we saw Ohio State, we obviously saw them get embarrassed at home against Michigan. Now they’re back into this playoff. I don’t know if the hill is any taller by going into Atlanta to play Georgia. The only thing worse is playing a really good LSU team in the Superdome.”

With Ohio sports betting coming at the end of the month, you can pre-register today and get hundreds of dollars in free bets to use on the Buckeyes, NFL games and other sports:

This year Ohio State ran into several issues against hated rival Michigan in Columbus when they fell-short by several scores late in the game. A lot of media personalities and Buckeye fans would follow up the loss by challenging Ohio State player’s physicality or lack thereof.

Kickoff from Atlanta with be on Dec. 31 at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN.