Ron Dayne's Rose Bowl rings taken in burglaries
Associated Press Writer
WAUNAKEE, Wis. — Heisman Trophy winner Ron Dayne says his Rose Bowl rings, a bracelet commemorating his selection as the top player in college football and other items worth more than $140,000 have been stolen.
The former University of Wisconsin and NFL running back said Wednesday that his two bowl rings and other jewelry were stolen from his home in a Madison, Wis., suburb in April. Last weekend, an apartment in Madison where Dayne lived with a roommate was also burglarized, costing him the bracelet.
The 32-year-old Dayne says he is in the process of a divorce. He says he's not sure if he was targeted.
Police say they are working together on the case.