SMU, like many other schools around the nation now, has a special set of props that it uses when the defense forces a turnover.
Instead of a turnover chain, or a turnover backback, or a turnover robe, the Mustangs have gone a bit more old school with a turnover crown and goblet.
Junior safety Mikial Onu proudly displayed both after picking off Shea Patterson at The Big House in Ann Arbor Saturday in what’s a shockingly scoreless game through more than a quarter of play.
SMU has a turnover crown and goblet.
They’re on display after Shea Patterson’s INT ended Michigan’s drive. pic.twitter.com/3Rdr8UI04j
— Brad Galli (@BradGalli) September 15, 2018