Miami's 'turnover chain' got some action on Friday
For those unfamiliar with the routine, if a Miami player forces a turnover during a game, they are given a massive gold chain to wear as a reward.
Michael Pinckney was the first to get the honor on Friday, as he laid out to grab a tipped Daniel Jones pass for an acrobatic interception.
Next it was Pat Bethel's turn, as the defensive lineman sealed the win with a fumble recovery late in the contest. Bethel then celebrated with a pose that was reminiscent of the swag associated with "The U" from past years of glory.
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