Scott Frost's Championship Rings, Many Other Items Stolen From His Home

Scott Frost's Championship Rings, Many Other Items Stolen From His Home

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Scott Frost's Championship Rings, Many Other Items Stolen From His Home

The Lincoln, Nebraska home of the new head coach and former player for the Nebraska Cornhuskers was burglarized over the weekend.  Many valuable items belonging to Scott Frost have been stolen.

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The new head coach of the Nebraska Cornhuskers, Scott Frost, returned home after being away for the weekend to discover that his home had been broken into and burglarized, according to reports.

Frost reported to the Lincoln Police Department that, among many other items that are said to total an estimated value of $165,000, his National Championship and Big 12 Championship rings he earned while playing quarterback for the Huskers in 1997 have been stolen.

According to reports, the home is located in the southwest portion of Lincoln and is currently being renovated.

Frost was hired by Nebraska after coaching the University of Central Florida in 2016 and 2017.

Frost led Central Florida to a 13-0 season in 2017 after which he received the AAC Coach of the Year Award, the AFCA Coach of the Year Award, the Associated Press College Football Coach of the Year Award, the Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award, the FCA Coach of the Year Award, the Home Depot Coach of the Year Award, and the Paul “Bear” Bryant Coach of the Year Award.

Frost and the Cornhuskers will square off against Michigan State on Saturday, November 17th in Lincoln.

Michigan State is 2-1 against Nebraska in the last three match ups, although the two teams have not met since the 2015 season when the Huskers defeated the Spartans 39-38.

SpartansWire will monitor the story related to the burglary of Scott Frost’s home and update readers as the Lincoln Police Department provides updates.

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