If a book was ever written on how to destroy a program in three seasons, Ron Prince would write it.
Prince took over following the retirement Bill Snyder, one of Kansas State's most beloved athletic icons.
What followed were absolute train wrecks that Prince tried to pass off as college football seasons.
Forget the “Power Towels” or the glut of JUCO recruits that flooded the system.
Prince lucked into having current Tampa Bay Buccaneer quarterback Josh Freeman at the helm, but if Freeman received any positive coaching, it wasn’t apparent.
The former Kansas State head coach’s 17-20 record doesn’t truly do his futility justice.
To his credit, he never lost to the Texas Longhorns.
Several scientists across the international community are still working to figure out what forces caused this to be.
At the end of the day, Prince can easily be pointed to as one of the worst examples of a college football head coach.
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