The Miami Hurricanes are dropping the “revenue chain” for the 2022 season, first-year coach Mario Cristobal told Action Network on Wednesday.
“It’s not part of our culture,” Cristobal said, according to a tweet from The publication.
The Miami turnover chain is an oversized 36-inch, 2.5-kilogram, 10-karat gold chain worn by players on the sidelines after forcing a turnover. It has been used by the school since the first game of the 2017 season.
The Hurricanes hired Cristobal as their new coach in December after leading Oregon at the helm for four seasons. A Miami native, Cristobal won two national championships as a player at the school and earned two degrees during his time there.
Cristobal is scheduled to meet with reporters Thursday morning at the ACC Media Days in Charlotte, NC
https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/34273979/report-miami-hurricanes-retire-turnover-chain-according-new-football-coach-mario-cristobal Miami Hurricanes to retire ‘turnover chain,’ according to new football coach Mario Cristobal