As the Temple Wildcats played in the state championship game Saturday, one of their assistant coach’s home was being ransacked, police said.
Toby Rumfield reported the burglary about 8 p.m. Saturday, KWTX-TV reported.
He had just gotten home from the Wildcats’ game at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, where they lost 16-7 to Highland Park in the Class 5A Division I championship.
Rumfield and his family found the back door of their home wide open, police said.
A watch, nine video games, two flat-screen televisions, two iPads, a PS4 video game console and jewelry, including two Cincinnati Reds championship rings, were missing, according to KWTX.
Police were still searching for suspects Monday.