Hawaii coach Todd Graham has 17 championship rings stolen
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Seventeen championship rings belonging to Hawaii head football coach Todd Graham were recently stolen in Arizona, his wife, Penni, revealed.

In an interview with TMZ Sports, Penni explained the couple is in the process of relocating from Scottsdale to Honolulu and gave the rings to a close friend to help in the move. However, the rings were stolen from their friend's car Tuesday afternoon near the Arizona State campus, where Graham coached from 2012-2017.

"So much went into earning those rings, especially his national championship ring, as a coach in 1992," Penni said. "Seventeen rings from years of blood, sweat, and tears. He is devastated."

The couple is working with the Tempe Police Department in the hopes of getting the rings back.

Graham amassed a 46-32 record as head coach at Arizona State and led the Sun Devils to five bowl appearances in six years. He joined Hawaii in January.

Hawaii coach Todd Graham has 17 championship rings stolen
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