There may not be any love lost between these two programs but, according to Clemson, the supposed rivalry with Ohio State doesn’t mean much to the Tigers.

In fact, according to Clemson wide receiver Amari Rodgers, it is all pretty much one-sided. Any ill-will or rivalry is all coming from the Big Ten team.

On Tuesday while speaking with the media, Rodgers said that “I think they have more beef with us than we have with them.”

No. 3 Ohio State (6-0) faces No. 2 Clemson (10-1) on New Year’s Day in the Sugar Bowl in what is the semifinal of the College Football Playoff. No. 1 Alabama takes on No. 4 Notre Dame in the other semifinal game.

Ohio State has lost in two of their last four bowl appearances to Clemson. Both of those losses have come in the College Football Playoff.