Marvin Harrison Jr., Ohio State looking forward to 'villain' status in Atlanta matchup vs. Georgia
Marvin Harrison Jr. expects nothing less than to be the underdog against Georgia. He discussed what that’s like at Tuesday’s presser.
Harrison has always liked playing the villain in these types of games. The fact that matchup with the Bulldogs is in Atlanta fuels Harrison even more.
“I think we always thought it was ‘Ohio Against the World’ for this game,” said Harrison. “I’m glad we play them in Atlanta, kind of in their home arena. I’ve always liked being the villain or the underdog in these big games, so I’m excited to do that.”
Marvin Harrison Jr. on being an underdog: "I think we always thought it was 'Ohio Against the World' for this game… I'm glad we play them in Atlanta, kind of in their home arena. I've always liked being the villain or the underdog in these big games, so I'm excited to do that."
— Chase Brown (@chaseabrown__) December 27, 2022
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Ohio State is very familiar with being the No. 4 team in the College Football Playoff. The last time that the Buckeyes were the last time in they won the national championship. That team knocked off Alabama and Oregon on their way to the title in the 2014 season.
Emeka Egbuka was sure to remind everyone what happened the last time Ohio State got counted out.
Asked about being an underdog against Georgia, Emeka Egbuka says “you can look at the past and see what the last No. 4 Ohio State team did” in the CFP.
— Griffin Strom (@GriffinStrom3) December 27, 2022
Fans will get to see if Ohio State can use the underdog role to its advantage again on New Year’s Eve. Kickoff will be at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN.