REPORT: Scott Frost's home burglarized, over $150,000 in memorabilia stolen
The home of Nebraska head coach Scott Frost was burglarized was over the weekend and over $150,000 in memorabilia — including championship rings — was stolen, according to a report.
Lincoln Star News reporter Riley Johnson broke the news on Monday morning, tweeting out that Frost’s home was burglarized. According to Johnson, two Nebraska championship rings, 10 Oregon championship rings and two UCF championship rings were stolen from the home.
The estimated value of the stolen property was $165,000.
.@Lincoln_Police say burglars took $165k in memorabilia from Scott Frost’s SW #LNK home over the weekend including 2 #Huskers championship rings, 10 Oregon championship rings & 2 #UCF championship rings. Burglars entered home – which is being renovated- thru an unlocked garage.
— Riley Johnson (@LJSRileyJohnson) July 30, 2018
Johnson also stated that the burglars entered the home through an unlocked garage.
Frost won a national championship with Nebraska while playing quarterback for the Huskers in 1997. He also won multiple PAC-12 Conference titles while on the coaching staff at Oregon from 2009-2015. Last year, Frost guided UCF to an AAC title and a Peach Bowl win.
This isn’t exactly the type of homecoming that Frost expected.