If you look good, you feel good. And if you feel good, you play good.
Miami’s Malek Young accomplished all three on Saturday against Bethune-Cookman.
Young, a sophomore defensive back, registered his second career interception in the 18th-ranked Hurricanes’ 41-13 win. And when he came to the sideline, Young was greeted with a humongous gold chain with a “U” emblem.
A baller, indeed.
According to the Fox Sports South broadcast, that chain goes to whoever on the Miami defense causes a turnover. Pretty cool.
@CanesFootball has TURNOVER ICE
— FOX Sports South (@FOXSportsSouth) September 2, 2017
Young’s interception was one of two turnovers caused by the Hurricanes on the afternoon. There will be plenty more to come throughout the year — and hopefully more sideline shots of players rocking the hardware.
More college football from Yahoo Sports:
• Refs take away Missouri TD for excessive celebration
• Picture this: Clemson band trolls Ohio State
• Michigan State WR hauls in incredible one-handed TD catch
• Wyoming punter’s epic blooper costs team dearly
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