The No. 14 Miami Hurricanes were down 27-0 to the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide on Saturday, when Miami’s Kamren Kinchens recovered a fumble. Miami proceeded to break out their brand-new Turnover Chain (which you can see in more detail at the bottom of this post), but after review, it was ruled that running back Roydell Williams recovered his own fumble.

Well, after the play was ruled an Alabama recovery, Kinchens took off the Turnover Chain and it was placed back in storage.

The moment even got the Curb Your Enthusiasm treatment.

And down 41-10 in the third quarter, the Hurricanes finally got an official turnover. Even while trailing by 31 points, they still brought the Turnover Chain back out.

Now, as for the Turnover Chain itself- it’s a pretty incredible piece.

Alabama won the game 44-13.

Miami will look to break out the Turnover Chain in less awkward fashion when they host Appalachian State next Saturday.

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