Big Win for Bruins in Tennessee Comes at a Cost

Posted by Derek Hart on September-15-2009 Add Comments

It's always a tremendous accomplishment when a football team wins on the road in a hostile environment.

And it's always unfortunate whenever a player is injured and has to miss games as a result.

That is exactly what happened to the UCLA Bruins this past Saturday, as quarterback Kevin Prince, who threw for 101 yards and a touchdown while withstanding heavy pressure, suffered a broken jaw in the midst of their 19-15 upset victory over the Tennessee Volunteers in Knoxville.

The prognosis for Prince is that he will miss three to four weeks.

Meanwhile, the Bruins should feel proud for overcoming a crowd of 102,239, with at least 100,000 of them in orange out to see the Vols get revenge for thei...

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