Baylor athletic director Mack Rhoades on Tuesday took exception to the tone of recent comments made by Houston football coach Dana Holgorsen in the aftermath of the two teams' postponed game, which was to be played on Sept. 19.

Rhoades, in an appearance on SicEm365 Radio in Waco, Texas, was asked if he was disappointed by the "chirping" going on from Houston, and Rhoades admitted that he was.

"Yeah, you know, I'll be candid: I'm disappointed in their head coach and the chirping," Rhoades said. "And I let the [Houston athletic director] know it. And, you know, in my opinion, [it's] not professional, but we'll move on and we'll move forward."

Holgorsen, in a news conference on Monday, sounded frustrated when discussing the postponed game between Houston and Baylor.