Everyone knew about the Miami Hurricanes “Turnover Chain,” a relic given to each player who created a takeaway during the 2017 season.
B5Q pondered what Wisconsin’s version of a chain could be. Heck, we even asked the players over the past couple of weeks what a Wisconsin-unique chain would entail.
As seen on Derrick Tindal’s and Nick Nelson’s live Instagram feeds, and in pictures after after Wisconsin’s 34–24 Capital One Orange Bowl win over No. 10 Miami on Saturday night, the No. 6 Badgers did in fact bust out their own chain and paraded it in the locker room following the victory.
To their credit, Wisconsin’s defenders forced three turnovers—all interceptions—against Miami quarterback Malik Rosier.
Below are some of the pictures, mostly from Wisconsin’s defensive backs:
Name that chain for me pic.twitter.com/dJekgeGUtU— Eric Burrell (@EricBurrell_) December 31, 2017
Head coach Paul Chryst also appeared to give his opinion on Miami’s Turnover Chain near the end of the game:
Someone is not a fan of the #turnoverchain pic.twitter.com/2fy0dQei1R— John Brickley (@ESPNBrick) December 31, 2017