Prince Doesn’t Practice As Bruins Prepare For #1 Oregon

LOS ANGELES (AP) — UCLA quarterback Kevin Prince has missed the Bruins’ latest practice before facing No. 1 Oregon this week.

Prince sat out Monday night’s practice after getting an MRI earlier in the day on his troublesome right knee. Prince says he might have aggravated the injury during practice Sunday.

The sophomore was hurt during UCLA’s upset of Texas last month, missing one game before returning Oct. 9 against California.

The Bruins (3-3, 1-2 Pac-10), who were off last week, plays at Oregon (6-0, 3-0) on Thursday.

Backup Richard Brehaut will get his second start if Prince can’t go, but coach Rick Neuheisel hasn’t announced his decision.

UCLA’s passing offense has been among the nation’s worst this season.

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