Four Fingers Ranking the Greatest All-Time Traditions in Miami Hurricanes Football History
The biggest tradition in Hurricanes’ history, is when the team and the fans hold up four fingers.
In the fourth quarter, fans and players signal that games are won in the final quarter.
The Hurricanes have not played all 60 minutes this season, as they have suffered close, last-second losses to Kansas State and Virginia Tech as they have been leading and gave up a game-winning touchdown or had been driving to score the game-winning touchdown
When I was at Kenan Memorial Stadium for the matchup against the Tar Heels, I saw the Orange-clad Miami fans in the fourth quarter holding up their four fingers, because they saw their Hurricanes starting to choke the life out of the home team.
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