Reports out of Lincoln, Nebraska early Monday state that someone broke into Scott Frost's new home in Lincoln and made off with $165,000 worth of stuff.
.@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
UPDATE: An earlier report said his UCF championship rings were taken in the burglary, but apparently that's not the case:
Everything about this sucks and is awful. Everything.
Scott Frost, his wife Ashley, and his young son do not deserve that to happen, and let's hope the bastard or bastards who did this get caught quickly.
We'd be remiss if we didn't say we thought today of this passage from Pat Clarke's piece on WESH 2's website about the painful dilemma Frost faced as he weighed leaving UCF for his alma mater:
"Scott loved the relative anonymity that this job afforded. He told the story of leaving his office following another big UCF Saturday victory, getting hungry and stopping for a Gobbler sandwich at Wawa on his way home. He walked in wearing a UCF hat and shirt, yet not a soul in the joint said a word to him. In front of 40,000 at Spectrum earlier that day, Frost was king of the world. Three hours later, he was the Invisible Man."
A stark contrast to some lunatic making with a house worth of stuff that the man worked hard for.
Let's hope the folks in Nebraska take a page out of UCF fans' playbook and let the man and his family be from here on out.