Appalachian State offensive lineman Jamie Collmar holds the Camellia Bowl trophy after winning 2016’s game in Montgomery, Ala. Police are asking for help in finding Camellia Bowl rings that were stolen in recent break-ins.
Appalachian State offensive lineman Jamie Collmar holds the Camellia Bowl trophy after winning 2016’s game in Montgomery, Ala. Police are asking for help in finding Camellia Bowl rings that were stolen in recent break-ins. Albert Cesare AP
Appalachian State offensive lineman Jamie Collmar holds the Camellia Bowl trophy after winning 2016’s game in Montgomery, Ala. Police are asking for help in finding Camellia Bowl rings that were stolen in recent break-ins. Albert Cesare AP

Appalachian State players earned those Camellia Bowl rings. Now thieves have them.

January 10, 2018 08:43 PM

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