The Miami football program unveiled the “Turnover Chain” this season and it has turned into a national sensation. The flashy chain with “The U” logo is given to a player on defense after forcing a turnover.
Because of the popularity of the “Turnover Chain,” we are now seeing imitations popping up around the sports world.
Kennesaw State showed off it’s “Turnover Plank,” which is hilarious, while the Ohio State wrestling program has now brought the “Pin Chain” to college wrestling.
On Sunday, the Buckeyes tweeted out a photo of wrestling sensation Kyle Snyder, a two-time NCAA champion, Olympic Gold medalist and World Champion, rocking the chain which feature’s the school’s “O” logo.
The chain is given to wrestlers on the team after, you guessed it, they secure a fall in a match.
Expect to see Kyle Snyder rocking the “Pin Chain” plenty this season.
— Kyle Snyder (@Snyder_man45) November 12, 2017
No. 2 Ohio State dominated No. 11 Arizona State in Columbus on Sunday, 31-12. 125-pounder Ryan Millhof, 184-pounder Myles Martin and Snyer all earned victories by pinfall.