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Ex-KSU head Ron Prince highlights Rutgers coaching hires

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04:47 PM ET 02.19 | The Rutgers Scarlet Knights have brought in Ron Prince to be their new offensive coordinator under Kyle Flood, while promoting Dave Cohen to be their defensive coordinator.

Prince, best known as the head coach for Kansas State in between Bill Snyder's stints, has been a special teams coordinator for Virginia and a position coach in the NFL since being fired by the Wildcats. Cohen had been the team's linebackers coach before the promotion. Norries Wilson, previously running backs coach, now has the additional title of assistant head coach.

Both of Rutgers' previous coordinators moved on to bigger and better things after a successful 2012 season, with Dave Brock taking over as Delaware's head coach and Robb Smith moving to Greg Schiano's staff with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Rutgers official athletic site

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February 20, 2013  06:59 AM ET

Anyone care to predict the first time a color announcer will quip, "That was a Prince of a play!"

February 20, 2013  07:02 AM ET

We need some Rutgers and Terp fans on these threads. Can't expect the rest of us to comment on local news.

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February 20, 2013  10:03 AM ET
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We need some Rutgers and Terp fans on these threads. Can't expect the rest of us to comment on local news.

At least one representative from each school used to post regularly to the threads. Either the off-season or the Mod-and-Awe deletion campaigns withered their interest.

 
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