UCLA, winners of three in a row, will get its starting quarterback back for its visit to California.
"[Prince] said he feels good. Now we have to be careful we don't overwork him," coach Rick Neuheisel told the L.A. Times.
During the Bruins' 0-2 start, back and shoulder injuries prevented Prince from practicing. He went through full weeks of practice before the wins over Houston and Texas.
So, yes, we are saying that the Bruins' offense is much better with Prince getting a full set of practice reps.