MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) -Kansas State linebacker Antwon Moore is out for the season with an undisclosed injury.
The 5-foot-10, 210-pound junior appeared to hurt his left knee while sacking San Jose State quarterback Adam Tafralis during the Wildcats' 34-14 victory Saturday. Tafralis came down awkwardly on Moore's left leg, and Moore lay on the field for a few minutes before being helped off.
Coach Ron Prince declined to discuss the nature of the injury Monday.
``I really don't want to discuss the specifics of it,'' he said. ``He's out for the year, and when the time is right, we'll discuss all those things.''
Moore had two sacks and five tackles. He played outside linebacker in Kansas State's new 3-4 front and was asked to use his speed to get to the quarterback.
In the Wildcats' 23-13 loss at Auburn to open the season, Moore recorded three tackles and had one of the team's five sacks of quarterback Brandon Cox.

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