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The New Miami Turnover Chain Is Extra

Miami cornerback Al Blades Jr. intercepted Louisville quarterback Malik Cunningham, which means it’s time to rock the turnover chain:

Yes indeed, that is a giant pendant of the state of Florida:

Let the debate commence on the extent to which Miami is Back.

Update: Don’t worry: Miami is making sure the turnover chain stays sanitized in these trying times:

Written by Ryan Glasspiegel

Ryan Glasspiegel grew up in Connecticut, graduated from University of Wisconsin-Madison, and lives in Chicago. Before OutKick, he wrote for Sports Illustrated and The Big Lead. He enjoys expensive bourbon and cheap beer.

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  1. Chains ⛓? Really?

    I became a lifelong Alabama fan in 1992 when they beat Miami, which were portrayed as thugs.

    They weren’t thugs, just super talented. Butt – gold ‘chains’ reminds everyone of that horrible and popular perception.

    Seems no one knows any history … Roll Tide

  2. I hate coaches giving any special call-out to one player. Often an interception was a tipped pass by a defensive lineman or with a fumble it’s usually someone else who made the initial hit. Football is the ultimate team game and rarely does one player do all that’s necessary to get the turnover. My own school has a sword to to puncture the turned over football and hold it up like a shish-kabob. So typical of Miami to make a even gaudier gold chain and medallion to celebrate this kind of individual nonsense.

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