Dabo Swinney has never been one to keep his feelings to himself. On Tuesday, Dabo decided to let loose his feelings on how his Clemson Tigers were putting themselves in harm's way this past weekend when they squeaked out a 28-26 win against a tough Texas A&M team.

How tough that team really was is in question, however, after Swinney claimed that, instead of playing another unranked team like Furman in their opening weekend matchup, they "went to College Station and played a team that had more 4- and 5-stars than [them]".

While Swinney's knowledge of the opposing personnel may be put into question by these faulty stats, his reputation in the college football world won't be taking a hit any time soon, especially as the Tigers sit pretty at No. 2 in this week's College Football AP Poll.

In reality, Clemson has more than enough gimme games on the schedule, as outside of a potentially tough game against South Carolina on Nov. 24th, the rest of the non-conference opponents are unranked and don't pose much of a threat at all. Maybe the committee should just save a spot for Clemson come playoff time.