After crushing Notre Dame in a lopsided 41-8 victory, the University of Miami football program is now ranked second in the country for the first time since 2003. The win itself over its longtime rival was a surprise, but it was how Miami achieved its win that turned into an even bigger surprise. Miami fans rallied and cheered, creating a genuine home field advantage for the team. The University of Miami has been riding on strong momentum this year. They have yet to lose a game despite a few close calls, showing strong performance in the face of adversity as fans rally behind the team in what is perhaps its highest level of success in more than a decade.
A winning culture for the University of Miami creates a lot of energy for the Miami area along with buzz for college football itself. Along with Miami’s winning, the most popular thing going on right now in college football is the “turnover chain”. The turnover chain is a golden chain with a U-shaped medal representing the university. The turnover chain is given whenever a defender creates a turnover, allowing the player to wear the chain on the sidelines. The chain has given the defense a performance incentive along with another way for fans to represent “The U”.
Miami simply needs to maintain its current success for the next couple games until they reach the conference championship against Clemson. If Miami manages to win out the rest of the season, they have a fantastic chance of reaching the final four top-ranked teams in the country, allowing them an opportunity to compete for a national championship. The THERAPY-IV is very excited about “The U” and fully supports Miami’s success.
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