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Miami teased its new turnover chain ahead of Saturday’s sport from Alabama. The 2021 chain’s debut did not go as planned as the simply call of the Alabama turnover was overturned and the chain had to be put again.
In spite of the begin-to-end Crimson Tide blowout in Atlanta, the Canes’ official Twitter account made the decision to demonstrate off the new turnover chain throughout the sport.
A closer glimpse at the most recent Turnover Chain. pic.twitter.com/5OTXHexwvo
— Canes Football (@CanesFootball) September 4, 2021
As a person may possibly expect, UM was known as out for the questionable timing of the tweet. The CFB Twitter group did not hold back in the replies:
This why the plan struggles, who presents af about this we down 30
— E (@CaneFan_) September 4, 2021
Log off for currently. It is 41-13. Appear back next week and try out once again.
— Roll Get in touch with Athletics Podcast (@RollCallSportz) September 4, 2021
This a single is superior pic.twitter.com/wXvn8tb4VP
— HarrisSZN2 (@HarrisSZN2) September 4, 2021
Canes social media person stated these checks clearing possibly way 🤣💀
— Bam Adobobayo (@Bam_Adobobayo) September 4, 2021
With that rating looking like that, and you wanna talk about turnover chains. Priorities. pic.twitter.com/ASSXNwilhT
— F H (@HennaganFL) September 4, 2021
Canes Twitter: “Look at out our new turnover chain!”
Narrator: “Alabama 44 – Miami Hurricanes 13” pic.twitter.com/NMpk1EITqL
— UCF Sports Info (@UCFSportsInfo) September 4, 2021
Just about anything to choose attention absent from the scoreboard.
— 🌴☀️🏒 Caucasity (@_OttoMaddux) September 4, 2021
How about a “score some gosh darn points”chain
— GGooglyBoogly (@ggooglyboogly) September 4, 2021
The Canes even though down 30: “Check out our jewelry” 🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡
— Kevin Calderalo (@KevinCalderalo) September 4, 2021
Bro we are losing by a 1000
— zmon (@Moncilovich13) September 4, 2021
The turnover chain is school football’s most recognizable sideline prop, but that likely wasn’t the time to exhibit off the 2021 model.