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UCLA football: Kevin Prince could play against Oregon

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UCLA quarterback Kevin Prince is on track to be ready for the Bruins’ game Oct. 10 against Oregon.

Prince, who suffered a broken jaw Sept. 12 against Tennessee, will have the rubber bands removed from his mouth in time to get a week of practice in before the game against the Ducks.

The Bruins face Stanford on Oct. 3, with Kevin Craft expected to start that game. Craft and the Bruins defeated Kansas State, 23-9, Saturday.

-- Chris Foster

Chris.foster@latimes.com

Twitter.com/cfosterlatimes

Photo: UCLA Coach Rick Neuheisel talks to quarterback Kevin Prince during the Bruins' victory over Tennessee on Sept. 12. Credit: Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times

 
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