Practices to be Televised on Thursday on ESPNU
College All-Star Games Begin this Week
The Bruins and Cardinal will square off for the second time in six days on Friday.
UCLA lost to Stanford 35-17.
Bruin football team looking for sixth-straight victory.
The Bruin Report for 12-24-11 featured football guests Joseph Fauria, Kevin Prince, Marques Tuiasosopo and Jim Mora
UCLA vs. Illinois (Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl) - Dec. 31, 2011
UCLA vs. USC (AP - 11/26/11) Photo Gallery
UCLA vs. Colorado - AP Photo Gallery
Kevin Prince was 12-24 with 146 yards passing.
UCLA vs. Arizona State - AP Photo Gallery
UCLA - Kevin started 26 games in his career on the field ... Possesses a strong arm and good mobility ... Moved into the all-time top 10 at UCLA in several offensive categories during his career.
2012 - Appeared in four games in a reserve role ... Saw his first action of the season versus Houston ... Came on at the end of the game at Colorado ... Completed his only two passes of the night against Arizona ... Finished his career listed among the top 10 all-time at UCLA in pass completions (343-No. 8), passing yards (4,277-No. 9) and total offense (5,001-No. 8) ...Selected to play in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl All-Star Game.
2011 - Started 10 games overall, including the last eight of the season ... Threw for a season-best 12 touchdown passes ... Ran for 424 yards which was the most by a Bruin quarterback since Jeff Dankworth racked up 815 in 1976 ... Made his 26th career start in the bowl game against Illinois ... Threw for 201 yards and a couple of touchdowns (38 to Nelson Rosario, 16 to Taylor Embree) ... Passed for 164 yards and two scores in the Pac-12 Championship game at Oregon, and also ran for 31 yards on 15 carries ... Threw for 261 yards at USC and rushed for 34 yards on 17 carries ... Completed 15 of 19 passes against Colorado for 225 yards and four touchdowns while running 10 times for 84 yards ... It marked the first 300-yard total offense game since his freshman season ... The four scoring tosses were the most since Ben Olson had five in 2007 ... He passed for 146 yards at Utah and ran for 10 more ... Passed for 196 yards against Arizona State and ran for 61 yards ... Hooked up with Rosario on a career-long 76-yard scoring play ... Against Cal, he ran for 163 yards and threw for 92 ... The rushing total marked the first time a Bruin quarterback had rushed for at least 100 yards in a game since Dankworth in 1976 ... It was the most rushing yardage by a quarterback since John Sciarra totaled 178 versus Tennessee in 1974 ... At Arizona, he threw for 286 yards and a score ... Came off the bench to replace injured starter, Richard Brehaut, in the second quarter against Washington State and helped lead the team to a 28-25 win ... Completed eight of 13 passes for 173 yards and a couple of fourth quarter-scoring passes (nine yards to Josh Smith and seven yards to Shaq Evans) ... Did not see action in the first two conference games of the season ... Started against Texas, but suffered three first quarter-interceptions ... Did not see action against San Jose State ... Started the opener at Houston and completed his first three throws, but was injured (head) on a rushing attempt and forced to the sidelines ... Named to honorable mention All-Pac-12 All-Academic team.
2010 - Season Captain ... Appeared in five games, all starts, before being sidelined with a knee injury ... Was lost for the remainder of the season after undergoing arthroscopic surgery and a microfracture procedure on right knee (Oct. 23) ... Missed most of Fall Camp with a muscle strain (oblique) ... Despite the missed practice time, started and played every snap in opener at Kansas State ... Scored UCLA's first touchdown (11-yd. run) of season to put the Bruins up 10-7 at K-State ... Connected with Ricky Marvray on 29-yard scoring pass play with 1:19 remaining in the contest to narrow the deficit to 24-22 ... Threw for 120 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions against Wildcats ... Ran 12 times for 31 net yards ... Completed six of 12 passes for 39 yards with one interception against Stanford ... Engineered five scoring drives (four tds, one fg) against Houston and helped the Bruins convert five of six third-down opportunities in first half ... Completed nine of 17 passes for 99 yards, one interception, for the game ... Ran for 60 net yards, including one of 24 yards and a two-yard scoring jaunt (159 yards of total offense) ... Ran for 50 net yards at Texas and engineered an 80-yard scoring drive to open the second half which handed Bruins 20-3 lead ... Scored untouched on 38-yard dash late in third quarter to give Bruins a 27-6 lead ... Completed five of eight passes (27 yds), including a one-yard touchdown toss to Ricky Marvray which staked UCLA to a 7-3 lead in second quarter ... Had two key third-down passes to help sustain an eight-plus minute fourth quarter drive ... His right knee was sore and swollen the week following the Texas game ... Did not see action against Washington State ... Returned to the lineup at Cal and completed 13 of 31 passes for 99 yards, one touchdown (six yards to Christian Ramirez), one interception ... Sat out the game at Oregon due to the injured knee and decided to have surgery.
2009 - Started all 11 games he played in ... Completed 173 of 308 passes for 2,050 yards with eight touchdowns and eight interceptions ... Second freshman quarterback in UCLA history to pass for over 300 yards three times in a season (Tommy Maddox, 1990); only two players in school history have more than three 300-yard games in a season ... Ranked seventh in Pac-10 in total offense (202.64) ... Eighth in conference in passing efficiency (115.45) and passing yards (186.36) ... Co-offensive winner of UCLA's John Boncheff Jr. Memorial Award for Rookie of the Year ... His 2,229 yards of total offense rank No. 14 on UCLA's single-season list (No. 2 among freshmen behind Maddox) ... His 179 completions rank T-11th (No. 2 among freshmen) ... His 2,050 passing yards rank No. 18 (No. 2 among freshmen) ... Finished fourth on team in rushing (179 yards) ... Just the second Bruin freshman (redshirt) quarterback to open a season under center and first to win a season-opener (San Diego St.) ... Completed 18 of 29 passes for 176 yards and one touchdown with two interceptions ... Hit 12 of 16 passes for 140 yards with one touchdown in first half of action ... Connected on 9 of 11 passes on first down and seven of 12 on third down ... Became the first UCLA freshman quarterback to win first road start (at Tennessee) since Drew Olson in 2003 ... Completed 11 of 23 passes for 101 yards, including 12-yard touchdown pass to Chane Moline; did not throw an interception ... An x-ray examination the day after the game (Sept. 13) indicated he had suffered a fractured jaw against the Vols ... His jaw was wired shut and he sat out the Kansas St. and Stanford games ... Returned to start against Oregon and completed 13 of 25 passes for 81 yards and one interception which was returned for a score ... Ran for 22 yards ... Completed 21 of 41 passes for 311 yards (No. 7 on all-time freshman list at school) against Cal ... Had three completions of at least 29 yards, including 48-yard play to Logan Paulsen ... His 332 yards of total offense rank fourth among UCLA freshmen quarterbacks ... Passed for career-best 323 yards and two touchdowns at Oregon St. ... Completed 22 of 34 passes ... Led the team back from a 19-3 fourth quarter deficit to tie game at 19-each ... Engineered touchdown drives of 70 and 94 yards and threw scoring passes of 58 (Nelson Rosario with 8:06 to play) and seven yards (Taylor Embree on fourth-and- seven) with 2:06 remaining ... A pair of two-point conversion passes evened the score ... Completed 9 of 13 passes in the fourth quarter alone for 198 yards ... Against Washington, he completed 13 of 17 passes for 212 yards in first half of play with one touchdown (five passes of 15 yards or more) ... His scoring pass to Cory Harkey was on a fourth-and-goal from the one-yard line ... Was sidelined on a helmet-to-helmet hit about five minutes before the halftime break and did not return ... Recorded his third straight 300-yard passing game at Washington St. ... Completed 27 of 40 attempts for 314 yards and one touchdown ... Also led team in rushing with 76 yards, including a 68-yard scamper for a touchdown ... It was longest run by a Bruin quarterback since John Sciarra had a 71-yard non-scoring dash against Tennessee in 1971 ... Threw 27-yard scoring pass to Taylor Embree on UCLA's first offensive play ... Three completions of at least 25 yards ... His 390 yards of total offense rank No. 2 among Bruin freshmen (Maddox had 445 v. USC, 1990) ... It ranks tied for No. 9 on single-game total offense list ... Completed 15 of 31 passes for 161 yards against Arizona St. ... Added 42 net yards rushing ... Completed 10 of 22 passes at USC for 90 yards and two interceptions prior to leaving game in the third quarter with sprained right shoulder ... Ran for 34 yards on seven attempts ... Completed 16 of 31 passes for 221 yards in bowl win over Temple ... Threw touchdown passes to Nelson Rosario(46) and Terrence Austin(32) on a fourth-down play.
2008 - Competed throughout the season for a backup role at quarterback, but did not see game action and has one season of eligibility remaining ... Dressed for each game, including all five road trips ... Saw significant practice action with the #1 and #2 offensive units during the year, especially during bye-week practices.
HIGH SCHOOL - Earned three letters at Crespi Carmelite HS in Encino, CA for coach Jeremiah Ross ... Injured his knee in the first quarter of the first game of his senior season (2007) against Birmingham HS and missed the remainder of the year ... PrepStar All-Region selection ... Earned three stars from rivals.com ...Ranked No. 25 quarterback in the country by rivals.com ... Earned three stars from scout.com ... Rated the No. 6 quarterback in the West by scout.com ... Two-year team captain ... As a junior, he completed 112 of 197 passes for 1,422 yards, 12 touchdowns and five interceptions.
PERSONAL - Full Name: Kevin Christopher Prince ... Born: November 28, 1989 in Tarzana, CA ... Parents: Stephen and Meredith Prince ... Has three brothers, Adam, Michael, Austin ... His Dad and uncle attended UCLA ... Lists former NFL star Brett Favre and NBA standout Kobe Bryant as the athletes he admires the most ... Hobbies include playing golf and basketball ... Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2009, Spring 2010 and Spring 2011 ... History major.
Passing Yards: 323 at Oregon State, 2009
Completions: 27 at Washington State, 2009
Touchdown Passes: 4 vs. Colorado, 2011
Passing Attempts: 41 v. California, 2009
Rushing Yards: 163 vs. Cal, 2011