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17-year-old girl arrested in Frost’s home break-in

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Law enforcement officials have found a break in the break-in at Nebraska Cornhuskers’ Head football coach Scott Frost’s Lincoln, Nebraska home. They arrested a 17-year-old girl in the case.

About $165,000 worth of items were stolen from his residence. Included were 14 Championship rings during his time at Nebraska, Oregon, and UCF.

Scott Frost wins his final game as the UCF Knights head coach in the Peach Bowl

Scott Frost after winning the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl (Getty Images)

The theft or thieves also stole Air Jordan shoes, helmets, artwork, and a Nintendo Wii, according to media reports. The Championship rings were later accounted for, but the rest of the items were still missing.

The authorities arrested the girl after she was allegedly wearing an Oregon Ducks shoe. This was a custom shoe that was allegedly stolen from his house.

The juvenile is facing one count of suspicion of burglary. She may not be the only arrest in the case, according to the Omaha World-Herald, as the case is still ongoing.

“Police said some of the shoes were listed for sale online, and tips poured into Facebook and Crimestoppers,” according to the Lincoln Journal-Star. “Investigators also canvassed the neighborhood and followed up with a renovating crew they had been working at the home.”

Frost returned to his alma mater this offseason after guiding the UCF Knights to an undefeated season. He replaces Mike Riley, who was fired at the end of the season.

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