11 Facts About Ron Prince


Ronald Dale Prince was born on September 18,1969 and is an American college football coach.

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Ron Prince was previously the assistant head coach and offensive line coach for the Detroit Lions of the National Football League.

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Ron Prince succeeded head coach Bill Snyder at Kansas State following the 2005 season.

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Some criticized it as "panicking" to get good players, while others praised Ron Prince's moves, pointing out predecessor Bill Snyder's success with using junior college players.

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Ron Prince could have earned up to an additional $950,000 per year in performance-based incentives.

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Agreement was entered into separately by Krause on the same day that Ron Prince signed a five-year contract extension, on August 7,2008.

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In 2009, Ron Prince was rehired by the University of Virginia as special teams coach, and spent one season with the program.

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Ron Prince spent the 2018 season as an offensive analyst for the Michigan Wolverines.

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In February 2012, Ron Prince was hired as assistant offensive line coach by the Jacksonville Jaguars and new head coach Mike Mularkey.

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Ron Prince attended Junction City High School, where he graduated in 1988.

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Ron Prince began his college football career at Dodge City Community College, then transferred to Appalachian State University, where he graduated and played on the offensive line under coach Jerry Moore.

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