Miami Football Has Made A Decision On The 'Turnover Chain'
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Miami's famous "turnover chain" is no more.
According to Brett McMurphy of Action Network,
Hurricanes head coach Mario Cristobal digs a ditch
Since 2017 the team has used large chains of 10 carat gold.
Cristobal, who is entering his first year with the program,
Said that the series is no longer "part of our culture".
Sports Illustrated's Ross Delanger said that
Chains are no longer the case for the football office's display.
He theorized that they were "somewhere inside now".
The team's instrument room, possibly to never see the light again."
Miami recorded 31 takeaways when starting the turnover series in 2017.
Regalia has become synonymous with program over the past five years.
However, the series clearly does not align with Cristobal's vision for the team.
This cut may indicate a more business approach to their players,
But a lot of fans will lament the loss of a fun way to honor a defender for creating a game-changing game.