Dino Babers was not happy with the officiating after Saturday’s loss to Clemson.

Days after the loss, the officials have received criticism for not being consistent on late-hit calls in the second half between Clemson and Syracuse. Babers was among the critics who called out the officials.

Syracuse’s defense received a penalty for a late hit on Clemson quarterback Cade Klubnik, who was running out of bounds on 3rd down. The penalty extended the drive and Clemson later scored a touchdown. On a different drive, Syracuse quarterback Garrett Shrader was running out of bounds and he was hit. However, Clemson was not penalized in that instance.

“Now I understand that flag being thrown there (on the Klubnik play),” Babers said, via The State. “What I don’t understand is the situation that happened later where our quarterback got into a similar situation where nobody pushed their defender in the back and their defender pushed our quarterback in the back and we did not get a call.”

Here’s a clip of both plays:

Syracuse suffered its 1st loss of the season in Week 8. The Orange will look to bounce back at home against Notre Dame on Saturday.

Clemson is off in Week 9 but will face Notre Dame on Nov. 5.