Prince Back In CP, Talks Up Terps Win

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Maryland couldn’t have put on a better show for its top offensive tackle recruit target. Roosevelt (Greenbelt, Md.) lineman Isaiah Prince made the short trip over to College Park, Md., Aug. 30 for UMD’s home opener against James Madison and watched the home team come away with a 52-7 victory in front of 40,000 plus at Byrd Stadium.

Maryland couldn’t have put on a better show for its top offensive tackle recruit target. Roosevelt (Greenbelt, Md.) lineman Isaiah Prince made the short trip over to College Park, Md., Aug. 30 for UMD’s home opener against James Madison and watched the home team come away with a 52-7 victory in front of 40,000 plus at Byrd Stadium. “I thought it was pretty fun, a real good atmosphere,” the 6-foot-6. 270-pound Prince said. “The fans came out and supported, and that was good to see. I know JMU isn’t, like, the biggest opponent, so it was good to see the fans there. I thought Maryland played really well too. They ran the ball well, the O-line played well, and the defense did well. It was real good.” The Terps pretty much dominated from the outset, and by the second half the outcome was all but decided. Prince actually ended up leaving by the end of the third quarter when the game lost its suspense. “I saw what I needed to see; Maryland played really well...

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