The good, old fashioned, childish Twitter battle.
I just can't get enough of them and lately, everyone seems to be getting in on the 140-character trolling.
Celebrities, media members, rivals and now, even teammates are waging war on Twitter.
The latest has been an embarrassing digital scuffle between Clemson's second-string quarterback Cole Stoudt and incoming freshman quarterback Chad Kelly.
Essentially, the high school all-American Kelly said that "your" (apparently meaning Stoudt) sitting the bench for a reason. Kelly then basically claimed that he was coming to take Stoudt's job, to which Stoudt replied that he shouldn't be talking because he hasn't done anything yet.
The Buffalo, New York native went on to say that he was coming to Clemson to play and not to sit the bench and he claimed that he would see the field in his freshman season.
Kelly's grammar is awful (not internet shorthand awful, just plain awful), so Clemson better hope his arm is better than his diction.
At least Kelly didn't claim he was coming to take the starting job from Tajh Boyd.
Nonetheless, this certainly won't be positive for the team chemistry at Clemson.