Dabo Swinney has heard just about enough.
Jesse Palmer's on-air rant about 'Clemson-ing' took even his ESPN booth partners, Rece Davis and David Pollack, aback.
"West Virginia was yesterday," Palmer repeated, too many times to count, in response to Davis' and Pollack's speculation that the Tigers have turned a corner in terms of national perception.
On Thursday, during a radio interview with The Fan on 99.9, Swinney stood up for his Tigers.
"It’s really kind of a joke to be honest with you," Swinney said. "So what if we lose a ball game? How many teams don’t lose a ball game? It’s a joke.
"I think it was really poorly done by their (ESPN's) - the one guy who was doing the broadcast. It just gets old. It’s disrespectful to our players."
Swinney then interjected some numbers to back up his opinion.
"I’ve beat this horse to death," he said. "There are only seven teams in America that have been ranked 33 weeks in a row or more, and we are one of them. To me that is consistency.
"We've now won 11 straight games against unranked opponents by double digits, and only Alabama has a longer streak. We've won nine out of our last 10 conference games by double digits.
"But it doesn’t seem to matter what we do. Certain people have their own agendas. That’s just the way it is. We just focus on trying to be our best. I know there are a lot of people tired of hearing it."