The Miami Hurricanes have new touchdown rings.
The Hurricanes unveiled the rings late Thursday night during their game against UAB, and they’re absurd. You can see a video of the rings below. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS.
— Canes F????????tball (@CanesFootball) September 11, 2020
Miami previously had touchdown rings in 2019, but they were super small.
Introducing: Touchdown Rings ???? pic.twitter.com/ABIdBH4e1h
— ESPN (@espn) August 25, 2019
Any real shot at winning a national title. They have all these antics and stunts, but they just can’t seem to find a realistic shot of winning a title.
It’s weird how that works!
TOUCHDOWN RINGS LEVELED UP ???? pic.twitter.com/IPBFMPvYPh
— Miami Hurricanes (@MiamiHurricanes) September 11, 2020
Overall, I hate these antics. I really do. Call me old school, but I think they’re really dumb and unnecessary. How do these stupid chains and rings help win football games?
The answer is that they don’t.
There are 829 stones in Miami’s new touchdown rings, which took three months to create. pic.twitter.com/oapDTGSI30
— Tim Reynolds (@ByTimReynolds) September 11, 2020
If you’re not winning national titles, then you don’t have time for this nonsense. It’s that simple. If Miami had national title rings, then I wouldn’t care.
However, they won six games in 2019. Six games! Save the antics for once you start winning. Finally, let’s never forget Paul Chryst’s thoughts on the turnover chain.
“Turnover chain my f***in ass” – Paul Chryst pic.twitter.com/acd7wx3lxp
— CJ Fogler #BlackLivesMatter (@cjzero) December 31, 2017