Nebraska football coach Scott Frost had his home burglarized over the weekend. According to the Lincoln Police, Frost had approximately $165,000 worth of property stolen from his home, including championship rings and a Nintendo Wii. 1011 Now reports that more than a dozen championship rings were stolen from Frost.
From the report:
Police said among the things stolen are five pairs of Oregon Air Jordan shoes, two Nebraska Championship Rings, ten Oregon Championship rings, two University of Central Florida Championship rings, and a Wii.
Police said entry was gained through an unlocked walk in door in the garage.
Frost is set to enter his first year as head coach of his alma mater after leading the UCF Knights to an undefeated “national championship” season during the 2017 campaign. For his efforts at UCF, Frost swept awards season and won the AP College Football Coach of the Year Award, Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award, Paul “Bear” Bryant Award, Home Depot Coach of the Year Award, FCA Coach of the Year Award, AAC Coach of the Year Award, and AFCA Coach of the Year Award.
The Cornhuskers kickoff the 2018 college football season on Saturday, Sept. 1 against the Akron Zips.